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Table 6 EM solution recommendations in case studies

From: Attitudes towards cheating behavior during assessing students᾽performance: student and teacher perspectives

  Role Punishment Higher quality learning about the subject material, better organization Have a conversation with a person engaged in EM Strict control, software use Learn about academic integrity Reduce the workload Improve the competencies of professors
Case study 2Total 116 Teacher 30 4 0 1 2 0 0
% 25.86 3.45 0 0.86 1.72 0 0
Student 39 7 15 5 13 0 0
% 33.62 6.03 12.93 4.31 11.21 0 0
Case study 3Total 115 Teacher 28 0 0 0 6 1 0
% 24.35 0 0 0 5.22 0.87 0
Student 60 0 7 2 6 5 0
% 52.17 0 6.09 1.74 5.22 4.35 0
Case study 4Total 126 Teacher 7 2 1 19 6 0 2
% 5.56 1.59 0.79 15.08 4.76 0 1.59
Student 26 8 18 35 0 0 2
% 20.63 6.35 14.29 27.78 0 0 1.59
Case study 5Total 114 Teacher 15 3 3 4 13 0 2
% 13.16 2.63 2.63 3.51 11.40 0 1.75
Student 9 31 20 13 0 0 1
% 7.89 27.19 17.54 11.40 0 0 0.88
Case study 6Total 129 Teacher 13 2 6 5 11 0 2
% 10.08 1.55 4.65 3.88 8.53 0 1.55
Student 7 22 38 18 1 0 4
% 5.43 17.05 29.46 13.95 0.78 0 3.10
Case study 7Total 134 Teacher 10 3 8 2 8 0 6
% 7.46 2.24 5.97 1.49 5.97 0 4.48
Student 9 18 57 4 0 0 9
% 6.72 13.43 42.54 2.99 0 0 6.72
Case study 8Total 125 Teacher 17 3 1 5 10 0 1
% 13.60 2.40 0.80 4.00 8.00 0 0.80
Student 33 10 14 17 14 0 0
% 26.40 8.00 11.20 13.60 11.20 0 0