Location

Imholte 112

Event Type

Presentation

Start Date

14-6-2017 10:30 AM

End Date

14-6-2017 11:10 AM

Description

The University of Minnesota, Morris Online Learning program has a history of using proctors for off-campus online students taking paper and pencil or computer-based exams. These methods require coordination between the student, proctor, instructor, and the online learning coordinator. The program must verify proctors identified by students, safely distribute exams to proctors and instructors, and follow protocols for the occasional late or lost exam. Recently the program piloted a remote proctoring system that allows students the flexibility to test at a time and location convenient for them while maintaining the integrity of online exams by authenticating students and deterring cheating. The system is an on-demand, easy to use alternative to testing centers and personal proctors.

Multiple Audiences.

Handout - ProctoringExamsinanOnlineEnvironment.pdf (315 kB)
Proctoring Exams in an Online Environment Handout

Cheating Examples - Proctoring Exams in an Online Environment.pdf (1028 kB)
Cheating Examples

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Jun 14th, 10:30 AM Jun 14th, 11:10 AM

Proctoring Exams in the Online Environment

Imholte 112

The University of Minnesota, Morris Online Learning program has a history of using proctors for off-campus online students taking paper and pencil or computer-based exams. These methods require coordination between the student, proctor, instructor, and the online learning coordinator. The program must verify proctors identified by students, safely distribute exams to proctors and instructors, and follow protocols for the occasional late or lost exam. Recently the program piloted a remote proctoring system that allows students the flexibility to test at a time and location convenient for them while maintaining the integrity of online exams by authenticating students and deterring cheating. The system is an on-demand, easy to use alternative to testing centers and personal proctors.

Multiple Audiences.