Myth: Online Classes Encourage Cheating

An article in the Chronicle of Higher Education about students cheating in those free online classes called MOOCs ignited a fireball of blogging last week about how online learning will, once again, be the ruination of all higher education.

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 The Chronicle article focused on anecdotal evidence that students enrolled in free massive online courses (MOOCs) are plagiarizing their essays in literature courses.
So what’s the problem with online learning this time?
It lacks credibility because it encourages people to cheat.
To which I say: Really?
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