Online Learning Update

July 30, 2016

Study: Increased student engagement reduces likelihood of cheating

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:05 am

By Jarrett Carter, Education Dive

A faculty research study from the University of California Riverside reveals trends between student engagement and cheating in online learning. According to the study, distance learning students who feel good about their learning experiences, knowledge gained are less likely to cheat, even if outside information is readily accessible. Students are more likely to cheat if given excessive amounts of assignments, or if question composition is not clear.

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