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Ensuring data protection and security for both exam takers and organizations is a top priority. ProctorExam continuously investigates how that extra step can be taken to meet that urgency.
The European Aviation Training Symposium (EATS) is only two weeks away! Aviation training is at a crossroads. Join us in Berlin on 2-3 November for a conference which maps out the future, a packed exhibition hall and lots of networking.
EIT Digital is proud to announce that ProctorExam, one of its supported start-ups, which develops a web-based platform to secure online exams, raises funds and launches in the UK. The start-up joined EIT Digital Accelerator in 2015 in the Smart Spaces Action Line. Alain le Loux, one of the 40 European EIT Digital Business Developers, based in Eindhoven in the Netherlands, is taking care of ProctorExam.
Online proctoring was already known in theory, but still quite traditional in practice. Fortunately, the dynamics have changed quickly. This ensures fertile soil for the future. We are ready for a world in which hybrid testing and making your own choices in this matter has become the most natural thing in the world.
OP4RE: Gwendoline Somers from Universiteit Hasselt and Silvester Draaijerand from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam share their findings on candidate experience.
OP4RE: Youssef Fouad (PWC) and Silvester Draaijer (VU Amsterdam) share their findings on the legal grounds for using online proctoring in higher education.
ProctorExam, the largest European online proctoring company and the global leader in providing a flexible SaaS proctoring technology, enables 2 million+ remote sessions during COVID-19 that would otherwise have been cancelled.
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.