44. According to the passage, hypnosis is unlikesleepbecause in hypnosis (A) there are no dreamlikestates.
(B) awareness is not decreased.
(C) the persondoes not rememberanythingafterwards.
(D) there is a completeloss of consciousness.
(E) there is a completeloss of awareness.
Plagiarism is the academicinfraction of choice. How can it not be, though? Information is easilyavailablefrom the
Internet, especiallyfromsiteslikeWikipedia. Old termpapers are beingsoldonline. Because the Internetprovideseasyinformationfast, the temptation to click "copy/paste" and pull in quotesfrom a Web sitewithoutattribution is great. But
studentsstill get caughtbecausefacultymembers can search for familiarphrases or quotes to root out plagiarism.
Cheating is on the rise in universities. Is it becausestudentsaren't learning the material? Or is it becausetheirlearning and
workethic are so differentfromtheirprofessorsthatworkingtogether to solve a problem is no longerthatserious an infraction?
Rememberthatteamwork has beenemphasized to Net Generssince the first day of kindergarten. Businesses are alsolooking
for graduates who can workeffectively in teams.
Based on the verysocialnature of Net Geners and the tremendousamount of informationavailable to studentsthesedays
at the touch of a button, the traditionaldefinition of cheating is changing. How facultiesassessstudents is changing as well.
Facultiesstillgivewrittenexams (in English, it is still a certainty), but theymust be evermorevigilant to catch the cheatingstudent. Cellphones and textmessaginghaveallowedstudents to textback and forthbetweeneachother, conferringthrough
the airwaves on examquestions. Because of emergingtechnologies, facultieshave to adapttheirclasses and how theyassessstudents in order to upholdacademicintegrity.