Best Practices In Selecting The Right Online Proctoring Solution To Fit Your Program

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Brief Abstract

We will outline the fundamental differences in each type of online proctoring service, highlight a case study from the University of Florida and their decision to use online proctoring, and share best practices that can be applied to your institution’s selection process.

Presenters

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.

Extended Abstract

If you’ve ever been tasked with selecting a remote proctoring solution for your institution, you know it can be a daunting task. In this session, ProctorU founder Jarrod Morgan will break down the specifics about each type of proctoring service: live, automated, and various combinations. He will outline which services are better suited for different types of exams and dive into some interesting data points that can help an institution determine the best solution to meet their unique needs. You will also hear a case study from the Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida. They will walk through their selection process and how they chose which services are right for their programs. You will leave this session with actionable tactics for easing the task of selecting a proctoring service, armed with the metrics that can make a difference for your institution.