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In what could be a major step toward bridging the gap between massive open online courses and the credentialing system that they are supposed to “disrupt,” the American Council on Education on Thursday endorsed five MOOCs for credit.
Traditional colleges and a new breed of online-education providers, trying to figure out how to profit from the rising popularity of massive open online courses, are pouring resources into efforts to solve a problem that has bedeviled teachers for centuries: How can students be stopped from cheating?
“Northwest-Shoals will allow online students to come to campus to take proctored exams, or the student can use ProctorU, a live, remote proctoring service, to take the exams at home.”