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Ethical Behaviour in the E-Classroom by Cassandra Smith

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List of figures

I.1. Self-reflection 4

1.1. Student case Zachary 10

1.2. Student cases Zora, Chase, and Lena 15

1.3. Self-reflection 18

2.1. Self-reflection 21

2.2. Self-reflection 22

2.3. Self-reflection 23

2.4. Self-reflection 24

2.5. Self-reflection 30

3.1. Self-reflection 43

4.1. Student case Michael 48

4.2. Direct quotations example 49

4.3. Citation styles 51

4.4. Plagiarism scenarios 53

4.5. Self-reflection 57

5.1. Student case Steve 66

5.2. Self-reflection 67

6.1. Student case Jann 74

6.2. Student case Lynn 76

6.3. Student case Fraz 81

6.4. Conflict scenario 1 86

6.5. Conflict scenario 2 87

6.6. Conflict scenario 3 90

6.7. Conflict scenario 4 90

6.8. Self-reflection 97

7.1. Discussion criteria and grading 106

7.2. Discussion criteria ...

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