05/01/2022 – listedtech
“Students are savvy enough to understand that specific measures need to be taken to prevent some candidates from taking advantage of their remote locations when taking tests and sitting exams. Likewise, faculty members acknowledge that literally scrutinizing every move a candidate makes when taking a test is not particularly motivating.
A solution with 5% of the overall market shares and mostly implemented in larger universities, ProctorU caught these situations. Jarrod Morgan, founder of ProctorU, “said rates of cheating would likely be even higher at universities that did not use online proctoring, and he expressed concern that such high levels of rule-breaking could devalue students’ qualifications.” It could, in fact, represent a de-evaluation of degrees received during the COVID-19 pandemic.”…Read the full article about proctor systems here.