There's an electronic resource out there that's providing college students with inventive new ways of maintaining their GPAs without required reading, tedious essays or hours of studying. It's the Internet, and it has led to a new kind of cheating that educators are trying to combat with technology and another look at what counts as plagiarism. (from NPR)
How has the Internet changed cheating? Are there things teachers can do to curb cheating? If so, what are they?