Text Modifications: The Latest Form of Academic Dishonesty Explained

How people learn is shifting–and so is education. Internet technologies have become central to the learning process, which has introduced significant changes to the educational workflows and mindsets of current students.

With an abundance of information available at all times, learners aren’t aware or have chosen to ignore the matter of text ownership. Top that off with the still-outdated focus on grades vs. mastery, oppressive school schedules, and a highly competitive environment with the highest rates of student loans ever observed, and it’s a recipe for disaster. Nowadays, billions of young, stressed students are doing whatever it takes to get those good grades and graduate. That has led to an epidemic of plagiarism.

The evolution of academic misconduct
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