Colleges and universities have evidence showing that online programs are adopting academic integrity policies and authenticating web-based test takers in large numbers.
[caption id="attachment_50428" align="alignleft" width="150"] Many schools don't use technology to monitor exam takers.[/caption]
Cheating in online college classes, long a point of criticism for those skeptical of online education's legitimacy, is being addressed at more than 75 percent of institutions that have adopted academic integrity policies for those nontraditional courses, according to a report released Dec. 16 by WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies.
The report, "Managing Online Education 2013,"...