Cheating in school: How the digital age affects cheating and plagiarism
by Loreal Lynch | September 16, 2011
The consequences of cheating used to instill fear into many a student. But it seems these days, kids just don’t care about academic honesty anymore. Many students can’t even distinguish between what constitutes plagiarism and what doesn’t. According to recent research, 71 percent do NOT believe copying from the Web is “serious cheating.”
Have sites like Wikipedia blurred the lines on cheating all together? What will become of this generation of cheaters? Find out in the below infographic.