Networking Coffee Break - Coffee Talk with ProctorU: The Student Bill Of Rights- A Commitment To Student Privacy And Transparency

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Take a break from the rich idea sharing in the sessions with a virtual coffee talk. Grab a hot beverage and join us for an informal discussion and light networking as a connection between sessions.   With COVID-19, we have seen an increased awareness of and interest in student privacy. Understandably, students feel forced into digital learning and are not always comfortable with sharing personal information online, especially when it comes to online proctoring. As the world’s largest online proctoring provider, ProctorU created The Student Bill of Rights to communicate a commitment to student privacy, not only for ProctorU but for our industry.  Join coffee talk host and ProctorU founder, Jarrod Morgan, for an informal discussion about student privacy and The Student Bill of Rights. Did we cover what students care about? Do you have suggestions on how to improve it? Any and all feedback is appreciated! To review The Student Bill of Rights prior to our Coffee Talk, please visit Studenttestingrights.org.

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Jarrod pioneered the online proctoring industry in 2008 when he founded ProctorU and created a patented proctoring process that is now used worldwide. Under his leadership, ProctorU has become the largest provider of online exam security in the industry. Jarrod has been a prominent advocate for academic integrity, specifically working with the US Congress and Department of Education on the issue of financial aid fraud. He is a sought after speaker in the areas of education technology, online proctoring, academic integrity and identity verification, and is active in many industry associations. Jarrod has been listed by The Birmingham Business Journal as one of Birmingham’s Top 40 Professionals Under 40 and named one of the 20 people to Lead Birmingham in the next 20 years by BHM Biz Magazine. As a former student of the University of Florida, he has been honored four consecutive times with the Gator 100 award.

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