ProctorU, the world’s largest provider of online proctoring and identity management services, announced today the addition of the Mozilla Firefox extension to enable its suite of online proctoring solutions. Test-takers now have the option of using either Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome extensions when taking online exams.
The online proctoring solutions offered by ProctorU employ a browser extension to enable screen sharing and monitor test-takers during exams. ProctorU is the first online proctoring service to add the Firefox extension offering additional convenience and ease of use for test-takers.
“We have added the Firefox extension in direct response to market requests. Prior to testing, test-takers and instructors now have the flexibility to choose which browser technology they prefer,” stated Matt Jaeh, chief technology officer.
“We are committed to bringing innovative and customer-focused solutions to market in our mission to protect academic integrity and move people forward,” said Scott McFarland, chief executive officer. “Adding Firefox is an excellent example of how we listen to our customers as we continue to raise the bar in protecting academic integrity.”
ProctorU provides a full suite of online proctoring and identity management solutions for education, professional development and certification organizations. With patented, 24/7 on-demand live proctoring and a fully automated platform, both backed by artificial intelligence, ProctorU is a powerful, convenient and cost-effective alternative to traditional test centers. ProctorU increases access to online learning while ensuring exam integrity and accountability for any test-taker with internet access using only a computer and a webcam.