Tuesday, May 19, 2009

e-cheating ahead?

The NY Times loves these stories, and so do I.  They report on the websites that are now specializing in class notes and tests.

I haven't checked to see if I am up there, but it is an interesting new electronic twist on the fraternity test bank.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The more nimble they get on cheating, the more nimble we must be on preventing and detecting it. Our teaching jobs get more demanding each year (for those who don't just give up). I used Turnitin this year and while I never enjoy yet another learning curve to climb in haste, ultimately I think it helped a lot. Next term I'll tackle the Gradebook function.