MAKE CHEATING IRRELEVANT by designing test items that are not multiple choice, true / false, etc. If you can, write items that require higher order thinking skills (such as short answer or essay questions). Check out these 101 Exam Writing Tips.
REARRANGE your grading plan to eliminate exams. Could a project or a paper meet the objectives instead?
EMPHASIZEACADEMIC INTEGRITY. You might consider having each student acknowledge that they have (re-read) the code in a separate Canvas assignment, in an email to you, or in a quick Google Form (be sure to save a copy of this form to your drive before sharing with students!)
DESIGNATE QUESTIONS AS ONE-TIME ONLY. In other words, do not allow students to go back and revisit questions. This is especially important if you put time restrictions on them in an open book exam as it requires them to decide what they do or do not know. It also helps students because they know exactly how much time remains on their exam. See the quiz options available in Canvas.
WAIT TO SHARE ANSWERS until everyone has completed the exam.
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