"As the editor of Campus Technology, I get a lot of e-mails from companies looking for media coverage of their products and services. Many of them are informative: touting new product features or upgrades worth knowing about. Some are a stretch: an attempt to make news out of a minor occurrence, or an idea that has little to do with higher education."—Source: Campus Technology
WHY THIS MATTERS:
Cheating is a problem in higher education, one that has been amplified by the easy access provided by technology. But rather than looking for a cure for the symptom, like anti-plaigiarism software, Campus Technology digs into the cause — what is driving these students to make ethically fraught choices.