Acm Sigcas Computers and Society 32 (1):33-42 (2002)

Lawrence M. Hinman
University of San Diego
After analyzing five values that are constitutive of academic integrity, this paper considers moral challenges to academic integrity that are posed by the World Wide Web in three areas: student integrity, faculty integrity, and institutional integrity.
Keywords academic integrity   cheating   civility   fairness   honesty   plagiarism   respect   responsibility   trust
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DOI 10.1145/511134.511139
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