...almost one in two Cambridge University students in a poll of 1,000 admitted to cheating in their studies.Law students were the most likely to plagiarise, with 62% saying they had broken university rules."
To me, this underlines the importance of exploring issues to do with internet literacy and responsible online citizenship at school level. I suspect we also need to look at how we assess students if the best essays come from jiggling around a bit with the order of stuff found in a Google search on the essay title.
So that's the aim; but how do we teach this sort of internet literacy? What should assessment look like in the Internet age?
P.S. Not sure why Facebook is named and shamed in the article's headline. Any suggestions?