Online Students Perceptions of Online Proctoring

Concurrent Session 6

Brief Abstract

The topic of online proctoring has received heightened attention due to the pandemic and recent legal cases. The research literature has not sought out the voices of online learners. This session will share the results of a mixed method survey of online students' perceptions of online proctoring. 


Tay has worked in higher education since 2012 and earned an M.S. Ed., Information Technology from Western Oregon University. He worked in disability services for more than six years before joining Oregon State University Ecampus in his current role. Tay has served on the Board of Directors for the Oregon Association of Higher Education and Disability, co-chaired the National College Testing Association Online Learning SIG, and presented at several regional and national conferences. Tay is passionate about finding innovative ways to increase inclusion and accessibility in online learning environments.
Mary Ellen Dello Stritto is the Director of Research for Oregon State University Ecampus, where she designs and conducts research studies on online teaching and learning, provides support for faculty research on online education, and produces tools to promote research literacy. Her background is in psychology with a specialization in quantitative methodologies, survey design, and statistical analysis.

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