Master Class: How to do an Online Proctoring Rollout, Training, and Adoption Strategies

Concurrent Session 6

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Brief Abstract

Learn how The University of Alaska-Anchorage implemented convenient online proctoring in their eLearning courses. See everything, from solution rollout and training, to marketing and support.

Presenters

David is the Director of the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) Academic Innovations & eLearning (AI&e). Reporting to a Senior Vice Provost, he leads UAA’s efforts to innovate teaching through the use of instructional technology. In this role, he oversees the instructional design, eLearning, professional development. online student and ePortfolio Services. David has expanded online student service offerings, established new and innovative professional development pathways, established an ePortfolio initiative, and redesigned the unit’s instructional design and development processes. David currently serves as Co-Executive Editor of The AAEEBL ePortfolio Review and the Public Four-Year Institution Representative to the WCET Steering Committee. He has multiple publications on the use of technology in education and has presented at regional, international, and online conferences on topics including instructional design, wearable technologies, online/distance education administration, virtual/augmented reality, and leadership and management.

Extended Abstract

This session will outline the most important considerations for institutions that have made the decision to select and implement an online proctoring solution. The speakers will provide an overview of the models available today and provide a guided tour into how to successfully implement a remote proctoring at a large university.  

In 2016, University of Alaska-Anchorage (UAA) began introducing online proctoring as an additional option to a face-to-face proctor or traveling to testing centers. UAA partnered with PSI/Software Secure to ensure the integrity of its assessments in it eLearning courses and to offer its students the convenience of completing their assessments anytime – anywhere while allowing instructors the freedom to design assessments as they intended.

During the ‘tour’, speakers from UAA's eLearning and PSI/SSI will cover everything you need to ‘master’ an online proctoring rollout, from implementation process to timelines, including: First Steps, Faculty & Student Orientation, Training, Marketing, Support and Tips & Tricks.

The presenters will also talk about UAA’s initial results before concluding with an open Q&A opportunity. By the end of the session, attendees should be well informed and equipped to advance their online proctoring initiative forward.