2014 ISECON Proceedings - Workshop Presentation


Real People, Real Proctoring


ProctorU - Rupert

Jason Rupert
ProctorU



Objectives
Live online proctoring service for test takers taking exams online. ProctorU proctors use a three-step process to replicate the face-to-face proctoring experience over the Internet. Through this process, our proctors can see the test taker, see what they are doing, and know who they are monitoring. We do this while adhering to the highest accreditation standards in the industry.

Targeted Attendees
The workshop will outline technology tools and procedural methods to combat the growing fraud in distance education programs. Participants will be educated with an analysis of the rising financial aid fraud crisis and predatory lending. Between 2009 and 2012, federal financial aid fraud grew 82 percent, with more than 85,000 people potentially participating in fraud rings, accounting for $874 million during this disbursement period. Attendees will also learn how to limit institutional liability to safeguard Title IV funding.

Recommended Citation: Rupert, J., (2014). Real People, Real Proctoring . The Proceedings of the Information Systems Education Conference, v.31 n.3180, Baltimore, Maryland