How Students Cheat with Technology

Technology can be a boon to educators, extending the reach and productivity of effective professors. However, there are various technological solutions that can be abused by students to cheat on assignments and high-stakes testing. In this engaging and hands-on session you will be introduced to some of the gadgets, websites and software that can be used by the less-than-ethical students. Methods that professors can use to protect the integrity of their teaching will be presented. Some of the examples presented include:
“Spy” pens and wristwatches with hidden cameras and microphonesSoftware and website that creates corrupt Office documentsSites where students pay others to write papersHow Desire2Learn can highlight examples of plagiarism.How online exams can be secured
Please note: This is an event for DePaul University faculty and staff only.

Tuesday, November 19 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

DPC 7406 (7th Floor of the DePaul Center) 1 East Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL

Event Type

University-wide Events

Departments

(All) Driehaus College of Business, Driehaus College of Business

Cost

Free

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