Educational Technology

August 24, 2011

Technologies May Curb Online Cheating

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:35 am

By Jason Koebler, by US News

Nearly three quarters of American public high schools assess students online, but teachers have long had to trust that students were doing their own work. New technology from researchers at Pace University may help solve that problem. According to a 2008 study by the National Center for Education Statistics, 71 percent of high schools give at least some online assessments to students. As virtual education becomes more popular, entrepreneurs and researchers are trying to help teachers identify whether students are cheating on online tests.

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