By: Shanlon Wu
Students have always used study groups to study and learn materials.
In this digital age, though, students can participate in study groups without leaving the comfort of their rooms. They no longer have to meet up in study halls or libraries to discuss and share ideas. All they need is an electronic device.
Various forums have been created to enable multiple people to discuss at different times. Such programs, including group chats and discussion boards, have made it possible for students to engage in virtual study groups.
But what happens if you’re accused of cheating as a result of using these virtual study group platforms?