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measures-prevent-cheating-proctorial [2020/07/28 16:55]
serbizadmin [and one more thing... The Proctorial Dashboard]
measures-prevent-cheating-proctorial [2020/07/31 23:46] (current)
serbizadmin [and one more thing... The Proctorial Dashboard]
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  [{{ ::​facial-on-proctorial.png?​nolink&​100|Proctorial stares at you all the time.}}] We do not want to give it away too much, especially to those who are determined to cheat on an exam anyway. But there are a number of triggers (gaze, voice, bodily movement) for certain information to appear on the Proctorial Dashboard. Is the test taker really looking more at the screen or elsewhere? Is the test taker talking or gesturing to someone? Has the test taker left the room too long? We at Proctorial constantly seek to maintain the integrity of your exam.  [{{ ::​facial-on-proctorial.png?​nolink&​100|Proctorial stares at you all the time.}}] We do not want to give it away too much, especially to those who are determined to cheat on an exam anyway. But there are a number of triggers (gaze, voice, bodily movement) for certain information to appear on the Proctorial Dashboard. Is the test taker really looking more at the screen or elsewhere? Is the test taker talking or gesturing to someone? Has the test taker left the room too long? We at Proctorial constantly seek to maintain the integrity of your exam.
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