Victory: University will not proceed with the implementation of Proctortrack
Oct 22, 2020 —
From the CUNY Website:
"Due to recent events, the University will not proceed with the implementation of Proctortrack as previously announced.
More information regarding alternative methods for the assessment of distance learning in Fall 2020 will be forthcoming. As we have stressed from day one, the University’s position is that alternative methods, including papers, presentations, annotations, e-portfolios, take-home exams, and (limited) in-person exams following campus reopening safety guidelines should be the preferred mode of learning assessment during these most extraordinary of times. In addition, our colleagues in CIS will be looking into potential remote proctoring tools for Spring 2021" (Source).
Based on this update we are fairly certain no proctoring software will be acquired for the Fall semester 2020.
Vice Chair for Tech Fee Affairs
University Student Senate
City University of New York
Chief of Staff
Undergraduate Student Government
Brooklyn College | CUNY
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