A conversation about conversations: Using feedback and insight for a better online proctoring experience
October 4, 2022 | 11:00 PM ET
- Margaret Greenfield – VP, Business Development at Examity
- Jon Jensen – SVP, Product at Examity
They say talk is cheap, but not when it comes to our users. Which is why we turn to them constantly to hear their ideas, feedback, and perspective about the most important issues surrounding online proctoring.
What are their most pressing concerns? How can they help their test-takers get the best experience possible? What kinds of security measures do they find to be the most effective? These are just some of the questions we ask our clients so that we can learn, and, in turn, provide online proctoring that fully meets their needs. But, there is one more question that needs to be answered. How can these conversations help your organization?
Join Examity, the leader in online proctoring, on a conversation about, well, conversations. We will talk about how to balance security and the test-taker experience, how to acknowledge and calm anxiety, and why transparency and communication are key.
Attendees will come away with an understanding of best practices that should be considered when implementing online proctoring at your institution. Please bring your questions, and we will be happy to help. We hope you can join us.
We hope you will join us on October 4th. Click here to register!
Tipping Points and Tripping Points: Juggling Security, Access, and Equity in an Evolving Landscape
September 29, 2022 | 12:00-1:00 PM ET
- Rachel Schoenig (Moderator), Chief Science Officer – Examity, CEO – Cornerstone Strategies,
- Shari Lewison, Chief Information Security Officer, Examity
- Malena Oliveri, Research Associate Professor at Buros Center for Testing, University of Nebraska
- Donna McPartland, Owner & Licensed Attorney, McPartland Privacy Advising
- Camille Thompson, Vice President, Test Security, Collegeboard
Testing programs are facing more regulatory and public scrutiny today than ever before. Effectively juggling evolving data privacy regulations, information security standards, exam security needs, and increased expectations around diversity, equity, and inclusion requires our industry to challenge long-standing practices and to think creatively about the intersection of these issues. Failure to do so can create tipping points and tripping points when it comes to public perception, legal regulations, and litigation.
Join industry experts on September 29th from 12:00 – 1:00 PM ET as they discuss the challenges facing testing programs today. Together, we will explore the intersection of security, privacy, access, and diversity, discuss areas where we are seeing tipping points in public sentiment or legislative interest, and identify tripping points to avoid. Through polls and other online tools, we will engage attendees and learn from expert panelists in an important industry-wide conversation. We hope you can join us for this insightful webinar.
We hope you will join us on September 29th. Click here to register!
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