As web sites like Cramster and SparkNotes are transforming the way undergraduates study, some are questioning whether they encourage cheating and undermine learning, reports the New York Times. On Course Hero, for example, students can type in a college name and course number to unearth the previous semester's particle physics final exam or find examples of research papers on, say, the causes of World War I. "There are professors who don't change their questions from semester to semester, and one of the things that this raises is how problematic that is," said Teddi Fishman, director of the Center for Academic...

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