Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, students and professors have all had to adapt to online teaching and learning. Among the many challenges that this adjustment has presented is the increased specter of online cheating.
As the opportunity for students to cheat or plagiarize has increased, so too has the opportunity for professors to accuse their students of cheating without proof. But sometimes, professors can tell when their students are cheating.
At DC Student Defense, we represent students who have been accused of all kinds of offenses, and we know how this works.
Here are 4 common ways for professors to monitor their students during exams, and what to do if you find yourself accused of cheating.