It can be interesting how creative students are when it gets to cheating an exam. From the old-school methods of writing small notes on paper, their palms or even their legs, to using various apps on their phones to collaborate with their peers, cheating behavior seems tempting in online exams too.
2020 was an unexpected change for all certification providers in the way assessments are conducted, giving rise to concerns. It is important to reassure test takers that this underlying shift is about to be a backbone of future education to the benefit of everyone involved.
Today's crisis has further strenghtened ProctorExam's determination to be an ally to teachers in providing education to all anywhere in the world.
ProctorExam’s CEO, Daniel Haven, takes some time to reflect on how 2020 forever changed the online learning and online proctoring landscapes. He shares his thoughts on what can be expected for online education in the future and how ProctorExam is growing to support worldwide access to certification from home.
World Literacy Day: how can online learning participate to strengthen worldwide access to education?
Where does the online invigilation practice stand today and where are the opportunities for test organisers?