May 11, 2021

Rettinger Comments on Cheating During Remote Learning in Teen Vogue

Professor of Psychological Science David Rettinger

Professor of Psychological Science David Rettinger

Professor of Psychological Science David Rettinger, who is also the director of Academic Integrity at UMW, recently contributed to a Teen Vogue article about remote learning and the rise of cheating.

“I call it a game of whack-a-mole,” says David Rettinger, president emeritus of the International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI) and director of academic integrity at the University of Mary Washington. New sites are constantly rising in popularity, he explains, making it harder for professors to prevent students from seeking answers online, especially now. Read more.

Dr. Rettinger also offered comments on the West Point cheating scandal:

West Point Honor Code Under Scrutiny as the Military Academy Grapples with Another Cheating Scandal (WSHU)

Most of the West Point Cadets Who Cheated on A Virtual Exam Will Be Allowed to Remain Enrolled (WVIK)