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Both Students and Teachers Use Technology to Cheat 149

Posted by Roblimo
from the what-goes-around-comes-around-and-around dept.
Mr. Slippery writes "Baltimore City Paper's Cyberpunk column (which, incidently, is where I first learned of /.) has an interesting bit on the impact of technology on college essays - students downloading pre-written papers off the net, and professors using automated systems to grade them. Ah, the circle is complete." This story has no "news" in it, but writer Joab Jackson's take on the subject is interesting. (Disclaimer: Joab's a personal friend - and I used to write for City Paper too. - RM.)
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Both Students and Teachers Use Technology to Cheat

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