Testing Integrity – The Human Touch

Monthly Archives: May 2013

Testing Integrity – The Human Touch

I read a recent article published by Campus Technology that discussed the differences between having ahuman proctor and using high tech devices to keep a person from cheating in an exam. It states, “It sounds like a tableau from a century ago, but the fact is that human proctors are alive and well, despite meteoric growth in institutions’ online offerings. Even […]

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Appreciative Advising

Advising students seems to be a process that needs to be consistently evaluated to ensure students are getting the appropriate guidance and coaching about their college choices.  Recently I learned about a company that created an advising model called Appreciative Advising.  I thought it was worth sharing with our readers. Contact Jenny Bloom and learn more about the […]

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May – Hot Topic “Testing Integrity”

Academic dishonesty, testing integrity, proctoring, technological identification verification devices, now that’s mouthful!  What IS all the fuss about?  Online education, elearning, hybrid, and web enhanced courses are providing more and more flexbility for students to complete coursework and take exams.  Next scene, enters dilemma, testing integrity.  How do we verify student’s identities when they are sitting in […]

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