Lived experiences of students in the online learning environment as it relates to acts of academic dishonesty: a Western United States community college study
Academic dishonesty has been an issue in education for many years (McCabe, 2001). As online education becomes more prevalent, the belief among faculty is that more acts of academic dishonesty are occurring in online courses rather than in face to face or on campus courses (Burke, 1997). However, little is known about how students understand and discuss acts of academic dishonesty in the online learning environment. The purpose of this study was to explore the lived experiences of students at a Western United States Community College as it relates to acts of academic dishonesty in the online ...
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