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Mike Nichols column: The Armstrongs of academia

10:05 PM, Jan. 25, 2013
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University of Wisconsin-Madison professor Jim Wollack, in addition to doing a lot of research on cheating, also runs a testing and evaluation service that includes a room where students take exams.

The space has glass walls and cameras. Exams are proctored. The students know they are being watched. They also know they aren't allowed to use cellphones - latter-day encyclopedias-cum-calculators and global "shout-out" devices, after all - to cheat.

And yet, some just go ahead anyway. ...

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