read the following article from the New York Times entitled “Plagiarism Lines Blur for Students in Digital Age” (2010, August 1).

read the following article from the New York Times entitled “Plagiarism Lines Blur for Students in Digital Age” (2010, August 1).

In addition to the examples illustrated in the above article, what other types of events or situations are considered dishonest academic practices? If necessary, search the internet for real events logged in the news. Please, be sure to include:
1. A type of event or situation that is considered academically dishonest?
2. What makes this event or situation one that violates the APUS Academic Dishonesty and Plagiarism policy?
3. If a student is caught in this situation, how might this impact his or her academic career, professional career, or reputation in the local community?  (Select one.)