Equity and privacy problems with online proctoring reflect a larger issue: Students look to universities to set an example of integrity.
Many countries monitor higher education at the federal level, partly to take a systemic approach to overseeing academic integrity. Why not Canada?
The Institute for Public Affairs' audit of academic freedom pits people either for or against universities. This prevents us from having thorough conversations about real threats to academic freedom.
Online students tend to be older, which might explain why new data suggest they're less likely to cheat. But even with these data, the evidence is mixed.
It doesn’t matter how assessments are given to students, as students can still find a way to cheat.
There are major systemic problems associated with peer review that are negatively affecting scientific credibility.
African academics and universities have been caught in the predatory journal web. It's time for the continent's universities to start taking this threat to their integrity seriously.
Despite the huge attention to intercollegiate sports, is the day of reckoning approaching?
Managing the newest form of academic deceit will require hard work from established academia and a renewed commitment to integrity from university communities.
Academics' own propensity for plagiarism may be contributing to high levels of student plagiarism.