Distributed Proctoring: Lessons from Tufts University

Distance Education Report

Jennifer Patterson Lorenzetti

One of the most common questions about distance learning is how to ensure academic integrity during exams.  After all, students at a distance have ample opportunity to consult unauthorized resources or even engage another person to take an exam for them.  The concern over this possibility has grown more acute in recent years, when federal regulations mandating verification of student identity came to the forefront as part of an increased emphasis on…

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