Assessing and Proctoring Online

Take Inventory of what students are able to access

  • Do all of your students have computers?
  • What type of computer (Windows, Macintosh, Chromebook, Phone)
  • Do your students have Internet Access?
  • Do your students have Mobile Phones

Online Proctoring Options

  • Zoom Web conferencing (Windows, Mac, Chromebook, iPad, Phones)

  • Free no cost to students 
  • Schedule a meeting in Zoom.
  • Have students join the meeting via provided meeting link.
  • Once the Zoom meeting is live, select the Share Screen option at the bottom of the meeting window.
  • From the drop-down menu, select Multiple participants can share simultaneously.
    • Ensure that under Advanced Options, all participants can share their screen at all times, not just the host.
  •  Have all students share their screen and begin proctoring.

Take Inventory of what you have available for assessing student learning

  • Word Documents
  • PDF files
  • Hard copy
  • Rubrics
  • Canvas Exams from other instructors
  • Canvas Exams from chair or department
  • Canvas Rubrics
  • Publisher Resources

Cheating and Plagiarism

Canvas Quizzes

Alternative Approaches