Client Session

Remote Proctoring and Cheating: What Policies/Procedures and Faculty Trainings Should Be Created to Maintain Student-centered Exam Integrity?







Session Description

The ability for students to take exams remotely has become a big discussion due to the current pandemic. This session conducts review of reports that can be run in ExamSoft to aid in the investigation of cheating allegations, discuss the policies and procedures that two programs had to update with the move to remote proctoring, review how faculty are trained to proctor in the remote environment, and lastly review how allegations of cheating are handled if an exam is proctored remotely. Programs share documents including student policies and procedures and faculty proctoring guidance with participants.


kimberly daughertyKimberly K. Daugherty, Pharm.D., Ph.D., BCPS

Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Assessment, Sullivan University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

ashley castleberryAshley Castleberry, Pharm.D., M.Ed.

Clinical Associate Professor and Division Head, University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

sarah raakeSarah Raake, Pharm.D., MS.Ed., BCACP, LDE

Associate Professor and Director of Institutional Effectiveness, Sullivan College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

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