Automated Proctoring Swept In During Pandemic. It’s Likely to Stick Around, Despite Concerns

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A recent Educause study found that 63 percent of colleges and universities in the U.S. Education Technology Artificial Intelligence Student Success Data Privacy Edtech Business

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How Colleges Can Improve Accessibility In Remote Courses

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We heard from Albat and Stephanie Del Tufo, assistant professor in the School of Education at the University of Delaware, who studies individual differences in learning, language and literacy. So we were able to extend our Respondus Monitor license, which monitors the students during an exam.

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In 2013 I wrote my first blog post on managing technology usage in the classroom. The fear of off task behavior still seems to be one of the main reasons teachers are hesitant to use technology five years later. It starts with intentional boundaries being placed on students anytime technology is in their hands from pre-K forward. This prevents students from finishing up a quiz/exam in study hall with access to information to help them.