In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, colleges and universities across the world were forced to pivot to remote education. This hasty transition resulted in many ad hoc and make-do teaching and assessment plans that were never designed for long-term use. As the pandemic continues to disrupt traditional higher education, administrators and faculty need sustainable methods to remotely teach and assess students. Jeffrey Selingo and Karin Fischer, two well-respected writers in the field of higher education, collaborated on this white paper addressing three key questions regarding online proctoring.
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Financial advisors seeking nationally recognized fiduciary designations can now take required exams safely online via a new remote proctoring exam launched this month through Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.’s (NYSE: BR) Fi360 fiduciary education training and technology business. Partnering with ProctorU, an online 24/7 proctoring and identity management solution, Fi360 will administer remote proctoring exams for its… continue reading »
Article in EdSurge by Wade Tyler Millward featuring commentary from ProctorU Chief Compliance Officer, Ashley Norris.
ServSafe, the National Restaurant Association’s premier food safety training brand, today announced the expansion of its training and certification ecosystem to include online (remote) proctored exams to better meet the needs of the industry. This addition allows for foodservice workers to access needed or required testing in the way that works best for their schedules… continue reading »
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This article in eCampus News by Dr. Amy Smith highlights the Student Bill of Rights recently published by ProctorU.
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.
Written by Tahn Sharpe for Professional Planner, this article features ProctorU’s Chief Executive Officer, Scott McFarland’s initiative to clear up misunderstandings around remote testing services.