Educators react to online sources that they say promote cheating

05/18/2009 | NYTimes.com

Web sites that solve book-based problems and archive copies of exams, course work and research papers may force some professors to change how they teach. While critics say such sites encourage cheating, proponents say they give students alternate ways to learn and force instructors to stop recycling exams.

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