Taking a test at home is much more convenient than having to travel, but how do you ensure the test-taker doesn't cheat?
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COVID-19 has accelerated the move from delivering tests and exams at training centres/test centres to delivering them at home as part of distance learning or certification. Taking a test at home is much more convenient than having to travel, but how do you ensure the test-taker doesn't cheat? The usual answer is to have a remote proctor (invigilator) observe the test-taker over video. But how do you do this respecting test-taker privacy concerns and in compliance with the GDPR? This session by an expert in the field explains the latest guidance and current legal situation to help you use online/remote proctoring respecting privacy rights and laws.
About the speaker
John Kleeman MA MBCS C.Eng CIPP/E
John is Executive Director and Founder of Questionmark, the assessment software company and has worked in assessment software for over 30 years. He is also Co-Chair of the Association of Test Publishers International Privacy Subcommittee and speaks and writes regularly on assessment and privacy issues.
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