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Dartmouth’s medical school accuses 17 students of cheating on remote exams

17 students at Dartmouth's Geisel School of Medicine have been accused of cheating in remote exams after requiring them to install controversial tracking software on their computers.

Discovered By Tracking Students’ Online Activity Without Their Knowledge



Dartmouth College has accused 17 medical students of cheating in remote exams after tracking their online activity without their knowledge.

The prestigious Ivy League college used its Canvas learning management system to conduct an audit of students’ electronic devices after receiving a complaint of possible cheating from a faculty member.

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