Online Proctoring

ProctorU Intros AI-Based Online Proctoring

Online proctoring and identity management company ProctorU today launched ProctorU Auto, an automated online proctoring solution that uses artificial intelligence to flag suspicious test-taking behavior in real time.

Features of the product include:

  • Machine learning allows ProctorU Auto to adapt to student behavior, improving its analysis with each exam;
  • Facial recognition, eye movement tracking and auditory analysis identify suspicious behavior;
  • Incident reports and session activity data are generated at the end of an exam;
  • With real-time exam view, faculty can observe students taking exams as if they were in the classroom;
  • Multi-factor authentication — ID and photo capture, facial recognition and keystroke analysis — verifies student identities;
  • The platform is available on-demand with no scheduling required;
  • Integration with Blackboard and Canvas via LTI; and
  • Live support is available to students and faculty 24/7.

In addition, ProctorU Auto is available with two added service levels:

  • ProctorU Auto with Professional Review, which "provides trained and certified professional proctors to review flagged behaviors from the testing session and confirm breaches of academic integrity," and
  • ProctorU Auto with Live Launch and Professional Review, which "includes test-taker identification verified by a live proctor prior to the start of the testing session and then the same level of professional review for the recorded session," according to a company statement.

For more information, visit the ProctorU site.

About the Author

About the author: Rhea Kelly is executive editor for Campus Technology. She can be reached at rkelly@1105media.com.

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