How a teacher in Kentucky put an end to cheating As students take an online test, you move around the classroom to ensure they stay on task. A classroom cop, patrolling the aisles. A student raises her hand, and you go over to help. Silently, chaos ensues. One student pulls up a document with class […]
How Alamo Colleges District supports working students in compressed summer courses Twenty years ago, the summer months on college campuses were a bit sleepy. But with the rise of online learning, summer term has become a peak time for delivering online courses. Alamo Colleges District in San Antonio is a prime example. It offers more […]
A devastating earthquake in Mexico City tests the resilience of students and faculty at Tecnológico de Monterrey In September 2017, a 7.1 magnitude earthquake rocked Mexico City. Hundreds were left dead, over 6,000 were injured, and thousands more had suddenly found themselves homeless. When the dust settled at Tecnológico de Monterrey, three of the university’s […]
How a winter storm at Georgia State University prompted instructors to try new technology Nature can be unpredictable, a fact proven this past year as universities were battered by hurricanes, earthquakes, and winter storms. But with challenge comes opportunity. In early December 2017, a snowstorm hit Georgia State University in Atlanta, a campus that seldom […]
Selecting a proctoring solution for online exams requires a careful evaluation process. This article summarizes five factors that led the University of Texas Arlington to choose Respondus Monitor – a fully-automated solution for online proctoring. Read the article (PDF).
An interview with David Smetters, CEO of Respondus An excerpt of this interview originally published by University Business, Feb. 2017. Online proctoring has taken off over the last 5 years. What are the main issues it attempts to solve? It’s really three things. First, and foremost, it’s trying to prevent students from cheating during an […]