Remote Education 2.0

How Demands for Better Student Assessment Are Shifting in a New Normal for Higher Education

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, colleges and universities across the world were forced to pivot to remote education. This hasty transition resulted in many ad hoc and make-do teaching and assessment plans that were never designed for long-term use. As the pandemic continues to disrupt traditional higher education, administrators and faculty need sustainable methods to remotely teach and assess students.

Jeffrey Selingo and Karin Fischer, two well-respected writers in the field of higher education, collaborated on this white paper addressing three key questions regarding online proctoring:

  1. Why should universities rethink their approach to remotely assessing students?
  2. What approach should institutions follow in adopting online proctoring?
  3. How can institutions respond to faculty and student concerns about remote proctoring?

You may also be interested in our webinar on the same topic: The Remote Fall: Assessing Students in Higher Education’s New Normal.

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