Integrity Advocate is able to eliminate all concerns relating to fines, legal judgments, and regulatory interpretations by verifying the identity and appropriate participation of internal personnel in internal training.
On a regular basis we hear about very unique cases of students going to extraordinary lengths to gain advantage on an examination. Surgically implanting technology is definitely one of the most extreme we have heard of.
Integrity Advocate is proud to publicly announce its part in a global alliance and the release of the world's only privacy-focused proctoring service with the ability to convert any computer into a secure workstation and verify the identity and participation of learners.
While courts, regulators and standard setting bodies are all clear as to what can be considered ‘proof of training’, more and more companies are getting into the business of online training. It is widely known that online training delivery has been characterized as a race to the bottom as many organizations position themselves to offer the cheapest possible training, the shortest duration of training, and training not compliant with regulatory requirements.
Many technology companies assume a normal level of ability across their client base and forget that people with disabilities also participate in the digital world. To appropriately respond to this portion of our population, service providers need to consider accessibility at the design phase and involve persons with disability in the creation and/or testing phases of their technology development.
AI or Artificial Intelligence are words that are used everywhere now when talking about technology. AI can be described as any technology that perceives its environment and takes actions based on the data it has and receives.
"The barbecue that seats four”, as described by talk show host Johnny Carson, was the Ford Pinto, the first subcompact car produced in North America. This car sadly, had a major problem.
In this entry-level article, we’ve compiled a few important factors you should familiarize yourself with in order to successfully integrate edTech into your classroom.
Use these techniques from in-person, high-stakes testing to help create a secure remote test environment.
When it comes to online learning, organizations still need to protect the integrity of their training. However, the goal should also be to act reasonably and to ensure that the level of oversight applied is not invasive in either its technology or in its incursion into personal privacy.
In the world of online training, there are multiple associations with vested interests. We take a look at five of them and how they recommend organizations approach online safety training and virtual proctoring.
The virtual proctoring technology and services offered by Integrity Advocate have helped many large organizations make the shift to online learning safe and seamless.
Workforce training used to be conducted in a classroom environment, with trainers providing face-to-face instruction to a room full of personnel. Times have changed, but is industry doing enough to maintain the integrity of their online training?
When it comes to verifying that a trainee has the knowledge they need to protect you, often the safeguards that institutions put into place don't meet the moment.
As more tests are administered online with remote proctoring software, learners are experiencing a brand-new, and ultimately preventable, form of test anxiety.
A truly equitable approach to accessibility goes beyond color contrast and screen reader compatibility. In the world of higher education, superior accessibility features are often the number one priority when selecting new software.
Academic studies show that claims of rampant online cheating are wildly exaggerated. So why do we continue to believe that students can’t be trusted online? Learn more about the surprising psychology of perception in our latest post.