Proctoru, a leading provider of remote supervised, is ending one of the ways it sells its services. You will no longer be able to buy a system based solely on artificial intelligence, or AI.
Instead, the universities will be required to buy systems that involve a human being to analyze what the video has captured. The company believes that this change will reduce false positives to cheat and build support among faculty members. P>
Officials from coming also hope to stimulate the change within an industry that has grown and become more controversial during the pandemic. p>
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JARROD MORGAN, a founder of Procetoru and Chief Learning Strategy Officer of Mezure (who owns the coming), said that, in theory, the lower-cost services that trust the AI had a member of the faculty analyzed the results. But the company's research has found that only about 10 percent of faculty members check the video. An audit of the University of Iowa found that only 14 percent of the faculty members were analyzing the results. P>
For example, if a test exam talks with its 4-year test during a test. , Proctoru would mark that student for violating the rules about not talking during a test. But a human being would see that and I would not find that the student had cheated, Morgan said. P>
A barking dog could also result in a student, but a person who reviews the video meets the student. T cheating. p>
Proctoru is also pointing to the "best practices" to supervise, from the Association of Testing Publisters and the National Association of University Tests: P> Googleg.cmd.push (Function () Googleg. Show ("DFP-AD-Article_in_Article");); Do you want to announce? Click here
"while registering and checking the short-term definition definition of this document regarding safety and should not be used for programs that require high levels of security, which potentially offers greater security on Tests in a non-processing configuration, provided that all the videos are really reviewed following the test administrations and the people who review the videos receive detailed information on how to identify the suspicious behavior during an online test ". p>
Morgan said she had no information to free up at prices or the number of schools using the lowest cost of ProCtoru. But he said that the proctoru has about 1,500 clients (some are colleges and universities as a whole, and others are divisions of colleges and universities). And he said that the number of schools that opt for the low cost option was significant. P>
She said that a reason for increasing attention has been the tremendous growth of remote supervisors during the pandemic. P>
Proctoru agreed to discuss the changes with the highest interior on the condition that we do not seek others to comment on until today. p>
According to an April's education survey, 54 percent of the institutions were using online or remote supervisory services, while another 23 percent were considering or planning to use them. Even so, more than half of the institutions surveyed said they were concerned about the cost, as well as the privacy of the students. P>
In April, the University of Michigan in Dearborn took the option to supervise remote from the table. That followed a warning to the members of the Faculty of the Provost, which said: "In addition, many students who are not in online online programs, which tend to use these software tools more frequently
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