Wouldn’t it be a great thing to be able to go to college without having to sit in a class all day and listen to the dry eyes guy drone on about this or that? Maybe hold down a job, take care of 5 children and still further ones education to get that missing degree. With the advent of technology and the internet that has turned into reality. Life is good isn’t it? When taking classes online integrity must be a top characteristic for an individual. If integrity is not a value that is important than cheating or academic dishonesty is bound to become a problem. In a traditional class setting there is a professor or instructor present at all times. The instructor is physically present to give information about the subject to t...
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... Nobody will accept cheating from there students, especially a teacher who cheated to get where he is. And finally the problems that can occur from student teacher relations. A teacher can lose credibility or a job because of an immoral decision to have a fling with a student. Or on the other side by being friends and having a social life with a student, the teacher can also lose credibility. In the college world we face many decisions dealing with ethics and most strive to keep their integrity intake.
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