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What Is the Total Cost of Low-Cost Remote Exam Proctoring?

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With more and more exams being administered online, universities and other academic institutions must consider their options for remote proctoring carefully. Budget is always a concern, but it’s important to ask what you’re getting for the cost—and more importantly, what you might be losing. Software-only exam proctoring solutions may come with a cheaper price tag, […]

Comprehensive Test Security: What It Is and How to Approach It

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Credentialing programs and test sponsors face increasingly sophisticated cheating and collusion tactics, compromising test security and program integrity. Comprehensive test security plans can mitigate these tactics and provide test sponsors with the right tools to protect their intellectual property (IP) and credentialing programs. Learn why comprehensive test security is important for the professional testing industry and how to implement key measures.

5 Principles of Ethical Online Exam Proctoring

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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.

How Accessibility in Online Assessment Improves Inclusivity and Empowers Test-Takers

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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. […]

It’s Far Better to Prevent Cheating Rather Than Punish

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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.

Future-Proof Your Testing Program: Business Continuity Lessons for 2022

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Preparing for the Unknown As we enter 2022, we face continued uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. And while we know that pandemics typically occur in waves and viruses often mutate to form new variants, we don’t exactly know what the future will hold or how it will impact the higher education and professional testing […]

Grow Your Item Bank and Make Your Exam More Secure in 8 Steps with Itematic

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What Automated Item Generation Is and Why It’s Important There are many perks of using automated item generation. It can save you time and resources during the item development phase of the assessment life cycle. It can also expand your item bank, giving you more options to choose from and ultimately making your exam more […]