How to ensure your remote testing is humanized, yet secure

Remote testing presents challenges, but the right technology can support student success while securing your exams


The COVID-19 pandemic sparked a flurry of remote testing, and as instructors quickly discovered, maintaining humanity in the middle of remote testing experiences can be difficult.

But there are techniques and technology that can ensure student success while securing your exams.

Join eCampus News and a panel of experts, including Peter Burrell, Associate Professor at the University of Cincinnati, to learn about how to create a successful journey from in-person to online learning and assessment.

Peter will discuss how he:

• Educates students on the importance of academic integrity
• Prepares students for success and reduces online test anxiety
• Uses online proctoring to support, scale, and secure online testing

Afterward, join Honorlock for a brief demo of how its unique online proctoring solution creates a better testing experience that supports faculty and students while protecting academic integrity.

Laura Ascione

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