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We seem to be having alot of users that want to swap answers on tests.

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It seems that a many of the questions on OS math are pulled directly from graded assessments (tests, quizzes, HWs). I daresay that collaborating with other students on a public forum about one's graded assignments violates the code of conduct or academic integrity or honor code, etc. of most schools. I have always felt that OS should actively discourage such activity. If the professor or teacher gives out a set of ungraded practice problems -- that's awesome. Post away. But if it's a graded assignment, I feel confident saying that almost all schools would only want the student/s being graded to work on that particular assignment. Context -- I've been a math teacher for 7 years: 3 years in public school, 4 years online. Never have I allowed students to use public forums to obtain answers on their graded work.
I think it's just that time of the year again - wearing out the delete/warn/suspend buttons.

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since Callisto deleted the other example, heres a new one :) http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/50c753d3e4b0a14e436830f2
I'm sorry :(
'sok :) i told you thered be more you can even delete the new one of if strikes your fancy ;)

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