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The steps below describe how instructors can implement proctored online testing services with a blended online proctoring solution, which combines the benefits of AI proctoring with live online test proctors.


A common misconception about online proctored testing is that its only goal is to catch students that are cheating. However, online proctoring should be seen as a beneficial resource for students and instructors because it helps ensure a fair testing environment and provides help to complete the exam if any issues occur. Proctored testing also provides instructors with confidence that their online exams are protected and can even save time in the review process.

Institutions look to partner with online proctoring services that they can trust to protect student privacy and upholding the highest standards of academic integrity. Online proctoring services, such as Honorlock, follow strict security measures to protect data and privacy.

There are four common types of online proctoring services and software which include a range of features that monitor student behavior, prevent cheating, verify student identity, and provide detailed reporting:

Additionally, proctoring software, such as Honorlock, helps create an accessible online experience by integrating with virtually all assistive devices and allowing instructors to provide accommodations for specific students.

Online proctoring is an ongoing advantage for your institution and a fundamental piece of student success. With seemingly endless technology available to students today, protecting the academic integrity of your online exams with proctored online testing services is more important than ever.

To learn more about online proctoring services, read this 5-part comparison guide which covers in-depth details about features and functionality, implementation and training, support, and pricing.

CLEP exams taken with remote proctoring have the same timing, content, format, and on-screen experience as the test you would take at a CLEP test center. Learn more about taking a CLEP exam with remote proctoring, who is eligible, and what you need to get started.

The Berkeley campus uses a shared model for test accommodations and proctoring services. While academic departments and faculty members are primarily responsible for providing testing accommodations to students with disabilities, Proctoring Services may provide support (proctors and space) in the event that the department or faculty do not have the requisite resources to provide these accommodations. The DSP Proctoring Center, in collaboration with students and faculty, seeks to ensure an equitable and sustainable testing environment.

Some systems, including Respondus, also offer a fully automated proctoring option, which allows students to record themselves taking the exam through their webcam. The instructor or a professional proctor is then able to view the recording afterwards, and the system flags any potential violations.

After spiking during the early days of the pandemic, the use of online proctoring services declined somewhat as faculty and students raised privacy concerns and universities began holding more in-person classes. But the technology has stuck around.

Universities that have continued using e-proctoring say that it helps preserve the integrity of remote testing, allowing students to take exams in various locations, rather than just in the classroom.

Responding to increased concern by staff and students regarding student privacy, the California State University Academic Senate passed two resolutions in 2021 that urged faculty and Cal State campuses to avoid using facial recognition software and e-proctoring in their classrooms.

iTEP will allow in-home testing utilizing our virtual proctoring process called Fotosure. The test-taker must have an activated webcam positioned to fully see the test-taker. iTEP has a zero tolerance for cheating and every single test taken is examined by our graders. Note taking is not allowed for IVP testing used at-home. Included with all Virtual Proctoring testing is a free practice test upon registration.

To keep your content safe you need a holistic approach to test security. Our platform provides a diverse set of tools including three flexible approaches to proctoring, coupled with industry leading security.

To keep your content safe, reduce cheating and ensure the validity of your assessment program you need a holistic approach to test security. Alongside the proctoring option of your choice, our multi-platform secure browser ensures test-center level security wherever your candidate may be.

Many organizations around the world use proctoring successfully and millions of test takers take advantage of the convenience of being able to take a test securely at home and in offices. Learn more about how you can respect test taker privacy and comply with data protection legislation by downloading our best practice factsheet.

ProctorFree exam proctoring offers your students and test takers the freedom to take a proctored exam where and when they want. No more scheduling an exam, paying for an on site proctor, or relying on humans to catch every instance of cheating.

ProctorFree is an automated, exam proctoring solution that requires no human involvement. Providing a scalable, online, on-demand exam proctoring service that can be accessed by test takers at any time allows colleges, universities, and businesses to offer a truly efficient solution to the problem of proctoring exams on a large scale.

Click the appropriate semester below to access the proctoring form to send your proctoring information to the Academic Success Center. You MUST be logged into your RichmondCC Office 365 account to access the form. Please submit proctoring information to the Academic Success Center as soon as possible, but at least 24 to 48 hours in advance of open date for the administration of the proctored exam.

You can submit proctoring information to ProctorU by logging into your ProctorU account. If you have never used ProctorU before, you will have to create an account first. Please submit proctoring information to ProctorU as soon as possible, but at least 72 hours in advance of the open date for the administration of the proctored exam.

Students who do not choose proctoring at the Mizzou Academy Offices need to request an alternative proctor arrangement. Request approval of proctors by completing the External Proctor Request form. Students MUST verify with the proctor that they are willing to proctor the exam BEFORE submitting the Proctor Verification Form.

The Broomfield Library offers exam proctoring services for library customers with proof of Colorado residency (a Colorado ID or piece of mail). These services are subject to availability of authorized staff.

If you would like to arrange for this free Library service, please call 720.887.2350 or email In accordance with the American Library Association's Library Bill of Rights, the library does not limit exam proctoring based on the subject matter or content of the exam or on the beliefs or affiliations of the student or their institution.

Test proctoring is provided for Northwest students in registered academic classes with an approved learning accommodation for extra time in a distraction-reduced environment, and/or a reader/scribe.

Requests for proctoring sessions received after 4pm on a business day will not be counted as 1 of the 5 advanced notice days. TEST SCHEDULING FOR THE FOLLOWING WEEK ENDS THE FRIDAY BEFORE AT 4PM.

Every online course will require at least one proctored activity where a student's identity is verified. This may include things like a recorded presentation where you show an ID, or some kind of assignment where identity is verified, or it may include a proctored exam where you take an exam under the supervision of a proctor, either in person at a Testing Center, or through a virtual third party like ProctorU. Cameron University provides free proctoring for exams for CU online students at certain locations. Students are individually responsible for any fees incurred for proctoring at other locations or using third party virtual proctoring services.

For students who have testing-related accommodations, we encourage you to take your exams with your professors so that you can be made aware of last-minute exam changes and clarifications, and so that you have the opportunity to ask questions of your professors. However, we recognize that the complexities of class scheduling and space constraints do not always make this possible. In cases where your professors are unable to provide your accommodations, we will work with you and your professors to coordinate the appropriate accommodations. Below includes information about when and where test proctoring is conducted with our office and important details related to regular requests versus finals week requests.

The only exception of our regular hours is during Finals Week; for finals, we extend our test proctoring hours as well as implement multiple locations, so if you do request test proctoring for finals, please read carefully any and all confirmation emails and notifications related to your time and location.

In order to ensure that we have sufficient time to coordinate your exam accommodations, you must submit your test proctoring service requests no later than seven days in advance of each exam date.

Virtual proctoring can involve using webcams to record audio and video footage of students, both to monitor their body, head, or eye movements for potentially suspicious behavior and to use facial recognition to identify test-takers. It can involve use of wearable biometric monitoring devices to track movement and body temperature, as well as real-time video surveillance by strangers or even keystroke logging and remote access.

As use of virtual proctoring technologies expands during the pandemic, disabled students who belong to multiple marginalized communities will remain at heightened risk of harm from technology-driven, punitive surveillance. Automated proctoring presumes that there is one normal kind of body and one normal kind of learning. It assumes that all students have the ability to demonstrate their knowledge through conventional assessments. It also assumes that all students have equal access to safe, private, clean, and quiet testing environments. Virtual proctoring could only be fair if it accounted for the many ways that students move, learn, process information, and demonstrate knowledge. It would be extraordinarily difficult to design and implement a virtual proctoring program that actually supports multiple ways of learning and knowing, and so, schools should not use them. Disabled students deserve access to learning and teaching environments that use multiple modes of instruction and assessment, and that focus not on surveilling and punishing, but on learning and teaching. 041b061a72


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