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Exams can have a tremendous impact on a test-taker’s life. That’s why remote proctoring systems need to involve more than just good software. They need to be ethically designed and thoughtfully maintained by human professionals. Here we summarize the White House’s new “Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights” and how it applies to online exam proctoring systems.
Protecting your exam content should be a top priority when it comes to online testing. Exam security is an ever-changing and complex topic, and the continuous advancement in this space can make it hard to keep up. Join Cory Clark as he discusses new processes, techniques and services offered in exam security to help safeguard your exams.
Meazure Learning presented a case study of its enhanced security monitoring (ESM) program at the 2022 Conference on Test Security. MuleSoft and Caveon joined Meazure Learning in the case study presentation.
Accessibility plays a key role in the design, development, and delivery of online assessments. To be frank, it can make or break a test-taker’s experience. As someone who’s involved in exam creation and administration, you know that accessibility in online assessment can illuminate test-taker skill and knowledge by avoiding issues of inequity, bias, and more. […]
Putting together a comprehensive request for proposal in the online testing market is a daunting task. With hundreds of questions to be answered, how can you be sure you are asking the important questions? Judy Cornelius provides us with insight into how to craft a thorough, comprehensive, and beneficial online testing RFP for your business.
Testing accommodations in theory are not always so simple in practice. When it comes to online proctored exams, a lot goes into ensuring a smooth experience for test-takers who require accommodations. Dr. Ashley Norris tackles the very practical considerations when putting testing accommodations guidelines into practice for online proctored exams.
Exam delivery interrupters are not only inconvenient, but more common than you may think and have the potential to negatively impact your program. Ensuring that your business has a contingency plan in place will help in the instance of a worst-case scenario. In this webinar, Gabriell Darby will shed some light on what we have learned over the pandemic and provide you with best practices on how to plan and respond in a worst-case scenario.
The article, authored by Jarrod Morgan, covers incidences of misconduct that proctors were able to prevent and the little-known related truth about exam security and test proctoring — test observers don’t want to catch and punish cheating, they prefer to prevent it.
Much like building a house, a blueprint is a fundamental document that supports the integrity and validity of the assessment process. More importantly, a publicly available blueprint is an important element of ensuring fairness for candidates. The development of a valid blueprint involves a true collaboration among industry stakeholders, quantitative analyses and research into assessment best practices. Dr. Chris Beauchamp discusses how these best practices have evolved over the past several years and how to build a blueprint that will set up your assessment program for success.