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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.
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.
As we move away from in-person education in many parts of the globe, some are wondering whether the adoption of online learning in higher education and the business world will continue to persist post-pandemic and how such a shift would impact the way exams are conducted worldwide.
Learn how adopting an online proctoring tool can help organisations improve flexibility, accessibility, and exam integrity to support upskilling for educators.
Privacy concerns certainly existed before organizations turned to online proctoring. Here are five key privacy questions that all stakeholders should ask themselves.
Learn about the benefits of live proctoring for organisations that administer online exams and the standards of excellence that set ProctorExam’s team apart.
Today's crisis has further strenghtened ProctorExam's determination to be an ally to teachers in providing education to all anywhere in the world.
During times of crisis or uncertainty, hybrid and blended learning models become necessary for educational institutions and course providers to maintain enrolment. That is when many testing organizations turned to online proctoring.
OP4RE: Gwendoline Somers from Universiteit Hasselt and Silvester Draaijerand from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam share their findings on candidate experience.