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ProctorU Hits Milestone of 1 Million Proctored Exams

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“Founded in 2008, ProctorU has administered one million exams for test-takers in 75 countries and works with more than 500 institutions. The company has four offices across the U.S. and employs more than 400 people.”

ProctorU Plans Major Riverchase Center Expansion

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“Birmingham’s ProctorU, an online proctoring service, is expanding.
The company, which has grown from a little over two dozen employees in 2008 to over 400 today, is moving from its current Riverchase Center location to 2200 Riverchase Center.”

ProctorU announces Blackboard and Canvas integration

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In an effort to maintain a simple and streamlined approach to online proctoring, we recently announced Application Programming Interface (API) integration with the Blackboard and Canvas learning management systems. The new approach will allow test-takers and institution administrators the ability to handle all aspects of the proctoring process without ever leaving the Learning Management System […]

ProctorU to Grow Staff and Eyes Hoover Office Relocation

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“‘The rate of growth we’ve seen this year has been staggering,’ said ProctorU Executive Vice President Jarrod Morgan. ‘We continue to grow at this incredible rate because the industry and our partnership institutions demand it.'”

Education Finally Ripe for Radical Innovation by Social Entrepreneurs

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“In a pattern that we’ve seen many times before when technology disrupts the existing model, the core innovations exposed new gaps that needed to be filled and entrepreneurs began emerging to fill them: start-ups like Proctoru, delivering online proctoring services to enable trustworthy online test taking…”

Keeping an Eye on Online Test-Takers

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“Employees at ProctorU, a company that offers remote proctoring, watch test-takers by using screen sharing and webcam feeds at offices in Alabama and California. ProctorU recently signed an agreement to proctor new credit-bearing MOOCs from Coursera, including one in genetics and evolution offered at Duke and one in single-variable calculus at the University of Pennsylvania.”

Web Classes Grapple With Stopping Cheats

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“Both Udacity, another MOOC provider, and Coursera have teamed up with an online test-taking company called Proctor U that pays employees in Alabama and California to monitor test takers through a webcam trained on the student’s face.”