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Protection from Within: Developing the Exam Security Role

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For most assessment programs, exam security tends to require increasingly more attention over time. At a certain point, it becomes clear that an in-house expert is needed to keep up with demands. In this webinar, Dr. Ashley Norris will discuss what the role should look like, some of the core responsibilities, and how to ensure it’s more than just a symbolic posting.

The Importance of the Human Element in Online Proctoring

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Human interaction and involvement in online proctoring are paramount to the integrity of exams. With the rise of machine learning and artificial intelligence in online proctoring, it’s important to discuss the benefits of having a real person present. In this session, learn how ProctorU utilizes aspects of AI to assist our proctors and increase efficiency as well as how AI should NOT be utilized when using an online proctoring service.

The Journey to Online Proctoring

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As experienced professionals in the field of professional testing and higher education respectively, Danielle Geddes and Luke Brymer will walk us through the reasons why programs have chosen to add online proctoring in recent years. Some of the major drivers towards online proctoring include reach, convenience, and transparency.

Going Virtual: Why Different Exams Need Different Levels of Security

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If you’re moving exams to an online format (or still adjusting) this discussion is for you! ProctorU’s service lines offer you flexibility through different levels of security, administrator involvement, and insights. We’ll show you how each service line works and their use cases, so you can be confident that your exam stakes align with your security needs….

Practice Exam Case Studies

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Practice exams play an important role when ensuring test-takers have the appropriate information and preparation tools for your credentialing program. Richard Spence, a Yardstick Sales Manager and ten-year veteran of the industry, walks us through examples of how even programs with limited resources can build excellent preparatory materials.

Communicating Expectations to Candidates to Prepare Them for Exams

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Communicating to candidates takes a Swiss cheese approach. That means using multiple layers and tactics to reach exam candidates since no one tactic can reach them all. Sheena Bateman discusses the many ways an exam program can communicate with its candidates to get the best possible coverage.

Accreditation and the Use of Online Proctoring for Credentialing Programs

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During the 2020 ICE Exchange conference, a report from the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) provided a list of criteria under which Live Remote Proctoring (LRP) could be used by programs to achieve and/or maintain the NCCA accreditation. In this virtual presentation, Dr. Isabelle Gonthier and Dr. Parfyonova will discuss these recommendations and their implications for future credentialing programs

Testing Accommodations from An Online Proctoring Implementation Perspective

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Testing accommodations in theory is not always so simple in practice. Especially when it comes to online-proctored exams, a lot goes into ensuring a smooth experience for test-takers who require accommodations. Dr. Isabelle Gonthier and Dr. Ashley Norris tackle the very practical considerations when putting testing accommodations guidelines into practice for online-proctored exams.

The Remote Fall: Assessing Test-Takers in Higher Education’s New Normal

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Hosted by Jeffery Selingo with a panel of industry experts, this webinar examines how COVID-19 has prompted campuses to rethink online assessment and the move to online proctoring. The panel discusses the importance of a secure long-term solution with proven test-taker success and measurable value.