New research provides empirical evidence bolstering the value and need for test proctoring in higher education. The study suggests students are more likely to engage in academic misconduct or cheat on unproctored tests. Results also show that students view cheating behavior as more acceptable in an unproctored environment.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala — As COVID-19 threatens the completion of college courses, final exams and professional certifications for millions of people across the country and around the world, ProctorU has ramped up hiring to meet an increased demand for online proctoring services. With 14 proctoring locations operating in six countries, ProctorU has a business continuity model… continue reading »
The origin of Women’s History Month dates back to 1982, when it started out as Women’s History Week. By March of 1987, it had evolved into an entire month-long celebration of contributions that amazing women have made to the United States over the years. This month, ProctorU honors four trailblazing women who made a significant… continue reading »