Thursday, November 30, 2006

Tempest, Meet Teapot

Here's the latest...

Cheating is not unheard of on university campuses. But cheating on an open-book, take-home exam in a pass-fail course seems odd, and all the more so in a course about ethics.


“We have encountered a serious problem with the final exam, and will not register a passing grade in the course for anyone who does not attend,” David A. Klatell, vice dean at the school, wrote in an e-mail message, which was forwarded to a reporter by a student. Mr. Klatell did not respond to several telephone and e-mail requests for comment.

[Cheating on an Ethics Test? It’s ‘Topic A’ at Columbia via NYT]


At 8:44 AM, Blogger david ressel said...

I am not in the class, but all this is a bit much.

has the NY TIMES become the new gawker?
and thank heavens gawker still ties this to their expose on CSJ folks actually working as journalists at the Village Voice.

At 9:26 AM, Blogger JoeGouldsSecret said...

Here's your all purpose link to all things Test-gate:


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