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Online Test Proctoring Systems: An Exploration of the Options

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While online testing has been popular for some time, the pandemic has kicked the practice into high gear and ensured that it’s here to stay. With this new reality, a major challenge for both faculty and disability resource professionals is identifying testing practices that are both accessible and secure, often using online test proctoring tools. Respondus, Proctorio, Honor Lock, Examity, and other proctoring tools offer different levels of accessibility and various strengths and limitations. Join our panel of experts to explore a variety of online proctoring tools, their strengths, limitations, and the workarounds that support students who use assistive technologies.

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Contributors

  • Dawn Hunziker

    Dawn Hunziker, M.S. is the IT Accessibility Consultant for the University of Arizona’s Disability Resources. She co-coordinates the UA's IT Accessibility Program to support the UA’s commitment to full accessibility of electronic and information technology employed on campus. Dawn works with campus units and committees, program managers, content developers, faculty, and staff to provide input and proactive accessibility solutions. Dawn also coordinates the assistive technology availability on campus, supports alternate format production (documents and media), and collaborates on faculty development, accessible course, and Web design initiatives. She currently serves as President of the ATHEN Executive Committee. Dawn has presented at local, state, and national conferences on PDF/web accessibility, captioning processes, and inclusive curricular design.

March 30, 2021
Tue 3:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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