Academic Institutions

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  • Cheating in Academic Institutions

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    Cheating in Academic Institutions Cheating has always been a problem in the history of academics. Academic institutions continue to develop new ways to prevent cheating from happening; while at the same time cheaters come up with even better ways to cheat. This conflict brings up many moral issues as well. To settle these issues, academic institutions create honor codes that show students that cheating is unacceptable and morally wrong; however, some students come up with their own reasons

  • Plagiarism in US and UK Academic Institutions

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    SENTENCE OUTLINE I. Plagiarism is a critical issue in the US and UK academic institutions. A. The growth of the internet has accelerated its wide spread. B. Plagiarism is considered an academic offense. II. Plagiarism occurs in several forms. A. Using others published ideas as one’s own. B. Representing images or excerpts from books, journals as one’s own work. C. Collaboration in assignment requiring individual effort. D. Resubmission of an earlier work as a new piece. III. Anti-plagiarism

  • Examining Predictors of Academic Success at Postsecondary Institutions

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    When the number of applicants exceeds the capacity of postsecondary institutions, it must be decided which students are more qualified and most likely succeed in these institutions. Selection criteria vary from institution to institution and from country to country and to determine which criterion or criteria are most accurate in predicting academic success in postsecondary institutions is a very complex task. Cognitive factors (e.g., SAT), noncognitive factors (e.g., personality traits), and demographic

  • Penalties for Plagiarism in US and UK Academic Institutions

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    academia and within art. Discussions still rage on if plagiarism is justifiable and if so to what extend. In this context, the academic circle remains the essential area of discussion with respect to learners, lecturers, and researcher’s enmeshment. Here several questions arise, what is plagiarism? , What are some of anti-plagiarism policies in UK academic institution and US? In addition, what are the penalties for students involved in plagiarism? This paper will try to address and answer the

  • Academic Institution undergoing Audit to Improve Data Management

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    Case Study Academic Institution undergoing BPR to improve Data Management ABC university is a leading private university in Delhi-NCR region offering graduate and postgraduate degree in forty six discipline. ABC university is having five university campus , thirteen management program campus (ABC Global Business School(AGBS) Ahmadabad, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Hyderabad ) across country and six international campuses (London, Singapore, Dubai, New Jersey, Mauritius and China

  • Reason For Academic Misconduct

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    are advised to avoid academic misconduct in universities and other educational institutions. Misconduct can be defined as when an employee or student conduct wrongful behaviour that may put into motion some disciplinary action or codes of the institution. An example of this would be the use of fighting in the office or involving in exam malpractice. Therefore, academic misconduct is any unacceptable action or behaviour a student does which could result in an unauthorized academic advantage for himself

  • Not So Simple: Cheating

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    students have engaged in academic dishonesty at one point in their post-secondary academic career. The study that they completed was a decade long review of research on cheating in academic institutions. Their article concluded that currently academic dishonesty is still an important concern at nearly all post-secondary institutions. The suggestions that the authors give as solutions are far from correct and are evidence of just how disconnected post-secondary institutions are from their student populations

  • Ethics And Integrity Essay

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    Ethics and Integrity The term “ethics” refers to an external set of rules that have been established by an institution or organization, for example, a university, and the members are expected to follow them. On the other hand, integrity refers to an individuals’ internal set of principles that guides their actions and behavior (Czimbal and Brooks n.p.). As a rule, people are usually rewarded when they follow ethical codes of conduct by an external committee or board that monitors their behavior.

  • Higher Education

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    education is the fundamental requirement of every educational institution, but the quality of American higher education since the growth of student campuses is questionable. During the 20th century, national reports were raising the issue of providing non-individual and passive environments on campuses which could not assist students in learning (Kezar & Kinzie, 2006). Furthermore, the educational institutions failed to assist in social or academic integration of transfer or international students, or promote

  • Student Transition

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    students begin the process of picking an institution to further their education, their assumptions or reason behind choosing to attend an institution can be decided by numerous factors. While many initiatives are set in place to help transition incoming first year student into the collegiate experience, within that population lies a demographic of students that needs to be considered when it comes to providing adequate support as they start their career at an institution, transfer students. Students “transfer”