Online Proctoring Best Practices with University of Arkansas

Concurrent Session 7
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Brief Abstract

Online proctoring has gained increased momentum over the last couple of years as online distance education programs look to increase access to an expanding online footprint. This panel discussion features administrators experienced with online proctoring and explores policies and strategies for reducing online incidents of academic dishonesty.

Presenters

Charini began her work in Student Technology Services at University of Arkansas in 2013 answering calls at the University IT Services helpdesk. She has provided solutions to a wide range of issues from password resets to network problems and providing assistance remotely with various software supported by the university. Charini graduated with a degree in Physics with concentration in astrophysics from the University of Arkansas and has analyzed data for Chandra and Fermi space telescopes.

Extended Abstract

Online proctoring has gained increased momentum over the last couple of years as online distance education programs look to increase access to an expanding online footprint. This panel discussion features administrators experienced with various online proctoring models and explores policies and strategies for reducing online incidents of academic dishonesty.

Attendees will gain insightful and unique perspectives from members of the Learning Technology Support Team at the University of Arkansas. Discussion will include how to balance the convenience of taking tests online with the need for security and integrity, and how to determine which situations are suitable for using online monitors. Other topics include:

- How online proctoring encourages innovative testing methods

- Identity management tools and the role they play in meeting federal guidelines

- How to successfully implement online proctoring at an institution

- Best practices