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A week after accusations of unethical behavior rocked the economics department at ASU, the University has released new details that clarify the relationship between ASU and Cengage, an online educational software platform, while backtracking on previous statements.
Read more: USGT calls on ASU to investigate claims about economics department The University initially denied all allegations, including multiple statements from several University officials saying that students did not have to use the software unless they were taking a specialized adaptive learning course.
"The economics courses using Mind Tap are optional at this time; students may choose to take the same courses taught by other professors using traditional university grading/textbook platforms," ASU Executive Vice President and University Provost Mark Searle said in a statement last week.
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Read more: ASU denies viral claims that it purposely failed economics students The controversy began last week, when clinical assistant professor Brian Goegan sent an email to students accusing the University of purposely failing students, forcing students to pay for software to turn in homework and making a profit from its relationship with Cengage.
The fallout from the controversy led student leaders to call for an outside investigation into the alleged behavior, as well as increased scrutiny on how ASU is benefitting from students' use of Cengage software.
"Students in the adaptive sections of the course instead pay a 0 course fee which gets them the adaptive courseware and the Mankiw book/Mind Tap combo.
So, it’s more expensive to be in the adaptive course." The University also claimed the agreement with Cengage was more affordable than the alternatives Goegan proposed in his email.