Cheating Continues To Be A Problem At Oklahoma's Largest Universities

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Monday, November 7, 2011

Even though trends differ depending on which one you look at, cheating continues to be a problem at Oklahoma's two largest public universities.

But while students once seemed to have the advantage — the entire Internet at their disposal — professors and other faculty have since leveled the playing field.

School officials say that more aggressive awareness campaigns have helped, as well, with the state's largest university enlisting the help of students in monitoring and investigating cheating.

Academic misconduct can include cheating on tests, unauthorized collaboration outside of class, falsifying university documents and plagiarism.

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