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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.

  • March 08, 2011

Testing Securely and Conveniently – on Campus

I returned last week from the annual Innovations 2011 Conference in sunny San Diego, a well-organized event by the League for Innovation in the Community College. Over the course of three days, I spoke with many faculty, staff and administrators interested in exam integrity. I thought I’d share in this blog post one of two […]

  • February 22, 2011

Online Enrollment Collision Course – Target: Online Test Integrity

When will the collision between the growth of online enrollment and the integrity of the online testing environment take place? Recently, a number of news stories talked about the growth of online enrollment in the United States outstripping that of traditional education. “By 2015, 25 million post-secondary students in the United States will be taking […]

  • February 14, 2011

Innovators Serve the Student

Clayton Christensen’s 2008 publication, Disrupting Class, and his recent publication, Disrupting College has and will continue to spur valuable debate about the reason and need for change in Higher Education. Much of the debate focuses on the Technology behind the Innovation, and how online learning can serve an untapped market of learners. The technology behind […]

  • January 21, 2011

Technology and Testing: Let’s Focus on the Learning

In the New York Times article To Really Learn, Quit Studying and Take a Test, January 21, 2011, Pam Belluck discusses the recently published research by Professors Karpicke and Blunt that found that testing students did more to foster recall than other forms of studying techniques. This is a very valuable research piece that should […]

  • August 30, 2010

Online Program Customer Satisfaction

Customer satisfaction. In most industries these words are the mantra that companies march by. In education though, the needs of the students sometime take a back seat to other considerations- first and foremost, what is easiest for the institution, in this case the easiest way to assess students in online programs. Why do I say […]

  • July 27, 2010

Post Blackboard World 2010 Musings

I attended Blackboard World 2010 as an exhibitor last week. The highlight of the conference for me, was the keynote speech given by Greg Mortenson who wrote the best seller, “Three Cups of Tea”, about his 15 year mission to build schools across Pakistan and Afghanistan. Mortenson’s belief is that the only way to change […]