Editorial about how cheating of all types appears to be increasing in the U.S.
11 school-related ethics questions with an answer key.
Material to help if you have been accused of or if you suspect someone else of committing an academic offense; and material help understand academic offenses better in order to inadvertently avoid committing them.
Material to help understand what inappropriate collaboration is in order to inadvertently avoid committing this offence.
Cheating in national tests for 11-year-olds is so widespread that school league tables can no longer be trusted, a Guardian investigation has found.
The UK system of national testing for 11-year-olds puts too much trust in individual teachers to police themselves.
Tutorial of sorts intended primarily for adult ESL students. Includes vocabulary and idioms, photo essay demonstrating cheating techniques, hypothetical situations, a poll, and real-life stories.
A production of the Rutgers University Libraries. An interactive lesson designed to teach students about avoiding infractions of academic integrity policies and instances of plagiarism. Requires the Flash plugin; best accessed over a fast connection.
Summary of and a link to a radio broadcast discussing cheating in schools, in academia, by primates in general, and in relationships.
7.6 megabyte pdf file. George Gollin explains how he followed up on an ad that popped up on his computer about getting a "diploma within days." Includes many screenshots of what he learned.