Research shows students increasingly use technology to cheat

04/11/2012 | eCampus News (free registration)

Cheating has become easier due to the availability of smartphones and other technology, according to studies from the University of British Columbia and Common Sense Media. Researchers found that about 35% of high-school students used their phones to cheat in school. In addition, some 26% said they saved data to their phones and used it during exams. Many students who participated in the study said they did not consider this to be cheating.

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