Integrity in Online Testing: Leveraging Technology Solutions

Wednesday, October 28 | 4:40PM–5:30PM | Meeting Room 136-137
Session Type: Professional Development
Preventing cheating during online exams is an increasing priority at higher education institutions. But how do you balance exam integrity issues with costs and resources? Two institutions, Central Michigan University and University of Akron, will share best practices for implementing cost-effective, automated solutions for locking down the computer, verifying student identity, and recording students with a webcam during online exams.

OUTCOMES: Understand the key aspects of exam integrity, including peripheral issues relating to accreditation, privacy, and FERPA * Explain how fully automated solutions for online proctoring create cost savings * Learn best practices from presenters at two institutions who have successfully implemented online examination technologies, including LockDown Browser and Respondus Monitor


  • Wendy Lampner

    Director of Online, Continuing, and Professional Education, University of Akron