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Summer 2005: vol. 6, no. 3

Editor's Note
This issue of SA On-Line offers some innovative selections regarding several topics, including teaching technology on-line, issues of academic dishonesty in on-line instruction, on-line career portfolios for undergraduates, and Duke University's use of iPods for entering first-year students. And you don't want to miss Stu Brown's link between magic and technology.

Gary D. Malaney
Director, Student Assessment, Research, and Evaluation Office
Coordinator, Higher Education Program
University of Massachusetts Amherst

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Featured Articles

Kristen Renn, Jessica B. Rehling, and Louise Michelle Vital discuss teaching technology and teaching online in a student affairs graduate program in Using an Online Immersion to Teach and Learn about Student Affairs and Technology.

In Creating an Ethical Environment for Online Education, John Proe and Miles Davis discuss academic dishonesty related to online instruction in higher education.

Karen Andrews describes the use of online career portfolios for students using a career services office in The Online Career Portfolio: Helping our Students Succeed.

StudentAffairs On-Line interviews administrators at Duke regarding their iPod give-away last year in The Duke University iPod Experiment.

Stu Brown offers his commentary on spoilers that appear on the Internet in Harry Potter and the Half-Baked Spoilers.