How Educational Technology Improves the Exam Experience

Advancements in educational technology have made online assessments more authentic, interactive, and accessible for students than ever before. Exams, in particular, can be made both more equitable and more effective at assessing student learning.

With the integration of third-party tools to improve engagement, AI that personalizes the experience, proctoring software that offers flexibility, and assistive technologies that ensure equitable access and opportunity for every student, the options seem endless.

However, these technologies are often used in isolation or piecemeal with other tools, which can create inconsistencies and frustration for both students and instructors.

Join us to learn about how to:

  • Improve the exam experience with key educational technologies and the benefits of using them cohesively
  • Use these technologies to assess students in authentic ways that prepare them for the workplace
  • Offer students more flexibility and access while still protecting exam integrity

This webinar is sponsored by:

Speaker Bio
Brian St. Amour, MBA

Director eLearning, Education Technologies & Online Services – Temple College

Brian St. Amour has over 14 years of experience as the Director of eLearning and Professor of Business. Brian previously worked in high-tech in various service operations and product management roles with Compaq Computer Corporation and Hewlett-Packard Company. He completed his MBA degree as an online student. His experience includes supporting and treaching traditional, blended, and online courses. Brian is a strong advocate of student success and is a lifelong learner. Brian resides with his wife in Central Texas.
Jordan Adair

VP of Product – Honorlock

Jordan Adair is the VP of Product at Honorlock that leads product development initiatives. Jordan believes in delivering a solution that empowers instructors and improves the student experience. He began his career in education as an elementary and middle school teacher. Jordan has a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.), Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations from Florida Atlantic University.