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Ethical Behaviour in the E-Classroom by Cassandra Smith

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Adhering to principles: researching

Abstract:

Since the inception of the Internet, research has been accessible. With accessibility comes the student’s inclination to use sources that might not be as valid for research as other sources with extensive research. Research requires time and the searching of empirical data to form and support an opinion. Research requires students to become part of the scholarly field and contribute their ideas. Some students are often confused in this area. They do not understand how to approach research, paraphrase, and form opinions, often objectively. In the e-classroom, academic research is required for some assignments and students have to understand its validity. Credible research is not simply a click ...

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