An Opinion piece in InsideHigherEd.com argues in response to an article in The New York Times on high-tech cheating. While not defending the practice, the author argues that there is a cost to pursuing catching cheaters as well as a tendency of instructors to miss where the real problem can be found. In some sense, the author argues, we must welcome these new technologies and methods of cheating, because they will force a change in the way various subjects are taught. Currently, there is too much "regurgitation" of facts, as opposed to critical thinking. The author...
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