Why Do Schools Not Provide More Proctoring Choices?
Regarding proctoring, faculty want choices. Students also want choices. But often administrators have to limit those choices. Why? One of the tenants of academic freedom is that faculty members should have the liberty to determine what they teach, methods they use to teach it and how mastery is assessed. However, at many institutions the options […]
Summer Webinar Series
Don’t miss our summer webinar series! In June and July we will be discussing how to redefine the proctoring process and use student data to improve practices. Both webinars are free, but space is limited, so sign up today! Redefining the Proctoring Process Wednesday, June 25th, 1:00 cst/2:00 est REGISTER – https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/878783246 SmarterProctoring and B […]
Professor or Policeman?
When I was in high school our history teacher expected us to cheat. That’s right, she had fostered an environment in which everyone cheated on her exams. During the exam she would noticeably be reading a book or working on filing papers in a file cabinet in the room. This practice had been going on […]
Cheating in High School & College
Cheating with Your Bare Legs
Should we require full length pants as part of the dress code? You be the judge.
Cheating with a Water Bottle
Thirsty anyone? What’s the harm with a little H2O while taking a test?
Cheating with Your Bare Hands
I guess the only thing required here is a fine tip Sharpie, and a healthy fingernail!
Cheating with 3 arms
Give this student an “A” for creativity…cheating at it’s finest, the ol’ 3rd arm trick.
Creative Ways to Cheat Week on the Blog
Did you know students are getting more creative than ever figuring out ways to beat the system. This week on the blog is dedicated to educating you about some of the ways students may cheat on exams. The launch of our new product, SmarterProctoring, has prompted this blog series. Be sure to join us daily […]
Academic Integrity Checklist
Dr. Luke Bowden is the director of distance learning at University of Louisiana at Layfayette. He has spent a lot of time researching academic integrity and student authentication and is a member of WCET’s CIG-Academic Integrity and Student Authentication. Based on that research, he is sharing the “Academic Integrity Self-Check”. To access the checklist, go to http://www.wcet.wiche.edu/ and […]