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Watch this segment from the Today Show where college students open up about the rise in cheating in online courses during the pandemic. Originally posted on Today.com March 23, 2021
This CNBC piece demonstrates how the rapid shift to online learning may have given online students an excuse to justify academic dishonesty. Originally posted on CNBC.com March 21, 2021
This piece from the American Consortium for Equity in Education explores UNE Australia’s journey with ProctorU and explains misinformation about online proctoring. Originally posted on ace-ed.org March 22, 2021.
In this piece from Authority Magazine, Jason Remillard interviews Meazure Learning’s Chief Compliance Officer, Dr. Ashley Norris. The two discuss data protection in simple terms. Originally published on Medium.com, February 11, 2021.
In this eLearning Industry article, Meazure Learning Chief Compliance Officer Ashley Norris discusses why having a robust integrity system in an online learning course is so important. Originally published on Elearningindustry.com January 11, 2021.
Meazure Learning Chief Compliance Officer Ashley Norris explains why students should be demanding remote test proctoring in this eLearning industry piece. Originally published on Elearningindustry.com January 4, 2021.
Maintaining academic integrity can be a daunting task, and can seem impossible with how quickly technology moves. This article from EdSurge suggests to educators that they can use academic integrity violations as teachable moments instead of punishing test-takers. Originally published on EdSurge.com July 27, 2020.
In this eCampus News article, Dr. Amy Smith highlights our Student Bill of Rights and describes how fairness, transparency, and trust can keep test-taker experiences positive in times of disruptive transition. Originally posted on Ecampusnews.com June 1, 2020
This article in Professional Planner by Tahn Sharpe features Meazure Learning’s former Chief Executive Officer, Scott McFarland, and his initiative to clear up misunderstanding around remote testing services. Originally posted on Professionalplanner.com May 7, 2020