How college students learned new ways to cheat during pandemic remote schooling

From CNBC: ”A recent study led by Thomas Lancaster, a senior teaching fellow at the Imperial College London, found that the number of questions and answers posted on Chegg’s homework help section for five STEM subjects between April and August 2020 was up over 196% from the same time period in 2019. Texas A&M reportedly found more than 800 cases of academic fraud after a faculty member noticed students were finishing complex exams in less than a minute, with some of the information coming from Chegg…Chegg says they are committed to working with faculty and institutions in cases of academic dishonesty and recently launched a program called Honor Shield, which they hope will curb the ‘small minority of users who seek to misuse’ the platform, a spokesperson for the company said in an email statement.”

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