Tag Archives: Academic integrity

LSE’s ‘mistakes were legion’ in Libyan dealings, Woolf finds

LSE’s ‘mistakes were legion’ in Libyan dealings, Woolf finds | David Matthews | Times Higher Education | 01 December 2011

‘Damning’ report criticises governance, but Saif Gaddafi likely to keep PhD. An investigation by the former Lord Chief Justice into links between the London School of Economics and deposed Libyan dictator Mu’ammer Gaddafi’s regime has reached “damning” conclusions.


Cheating Is Now Only a Click Away, So Professors Reduce Incentive

With Cheating Only a Click Away, Professors Reduce the Incentive | Jie Jenny Zou | Chronicle of Higher Education | 09 September, 2011

As soon as the handheld gadgets called “clickers” hit the University of Colorado at Boulder, Douglas Duncan saw cheating. He glanced at the first row and saw a student with four clickers spread out before him. It turned out that only one was his—the rest belonged to his sleeping roommates.