Online Training: 8 Anti-Cheating Strategies

Given its particular context, online training may seem more vulnerable to cheating than face-to-face training. In recent years, however, it can resort to “anti-cheat” technologies with increased success. Not to mention that in all cases (online or in-class), the most effective solution is a comprehensive one, which includes not only effective detection and dissuasive sanctions, but also targeted prevention measures (see Countering cheating in eLearning). Here are eight preventative strategies that we can integrate into any online training. Informative anti-cheating materials

When students are unsure of what they are allowed to do in their assignments or exams, they may commit academic misconduct … this is one of the main causes of student cheating. To prevent this “unintentional” cheating, we must ensure that learners are informed in detail about what they can and cannot do when they are evaluated. Integrating short informative videos into the training is a perfect solution! The course professor or a narrator chosen for this role can introduce these capsules.

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