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Our mission is to protect the integrity
of online learning through the
responsible use of proctoring
technology and services.


Our blog delves into the integrity issues impacting online education today. At the same time – we also explore the role remote proctoring technology plays in not only improving the quality of distance education, but protecting its integrity. Take a look at the articles below to gain insight into our perspective as well as company updates.

  • May 18, 2015

Higher Ed is Ripe for Disaggregation

The emergence of new models in higher education took an interesting turn recently when edX, one of the early inventors of the MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) announced a collaboration with a leader in the online college space, Arizona State University (ASU). That collaboration offers students the option of what is effectively a “try and […]

  • July 10, 2014

Business School Deters Online Exam Cheating & Gains Integrity

Teaching large venue classes presents its challenges, especially when it comes to the oversight of examinations, specifically those delivered online. This is a challenge that Suzanne Cummins, an instructor at the Eller College of Business at University of Arizona is all too familiar with. She teaches these types of classes – with up to 400-500 […]

  • July 08, 2014

A Standout Online Exam Experience for Florida Tech

Florida Institute of Technology knows a lot about proctored exam environments. As the institution’s online program has global reach, they’ve had experience with the spectrum of test proctoring options. One thing they have learned is that having a human proctor in the room doesn’t necessarily eliminate academic misconduct (incidences of cheating). To make online test […]

  • March 12, 2014

Students Driving Demand for Secure Testing

In the ongoing battle to legitimize massive open online courses (MOOCs), the students enrolled in these courses play a vital role. They are fighting for access to affordable education, for flexible class schedules, for easy accessibility, and most of all, for credibility. Students want to know that the work they put into MOOCs will be […]

  • February 26, 2014

MOOCs: A Student’s Perspective

As massive open online courses (MOOCs) remain a controversial topic, there are frequently new articles from experts in the field of education arguing both for and against this new style of classes. However, it’s not often that we hear from the students who are actually taking advantage of this alternative form of education. Slate Magazine […]

  • February 11, 2014

Legitimacy and Integrity in Online Education

U.S. News has released its third annual list of the best online college programs. The list includes both undergraduate and graduate degrees in areas ranging from engineering to sustainable tourism. Top offerings in this list include degrees from Arizona State University, Columbia University, Boston University, and Johns Hopkins. More students than ever before are taking […]