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Please join us in welcoming Eric McGee to the ProctorFree team. Eric brings a wealth of knowledge and over 10 years of higher education experience. As Director of Partnership Development, Eric will work with current and future university partners to identify integration opportunities and implementation strategies. Eric’s prior experience in higher education includes time working

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Want to see a magic trick? OK, follow along. I can predict with extreme accuracy whether or not you cheated in college. Regardless of once, twice, or for all 4 years. It doesn’t matter if it was one assignment with a smidgen of plagiarism, a little eye-wandering on the big test, or full-blown stealing the

This Week in Cheating: Go To Jail

Wednesday, 28 October 2015 by

So if I understand this article correctly (click here), in China there is an exam you take in high school that determines your future education potential and career opportunities. It doesn’t get much more “high stakes” than that.  Where there are high stakes exams you’ll inevitably find cheaters, just like how autumn brings out every

Can Social Media Be a Learning Tool?

Thursday, 08 October 2015 by

Written by Nicholas Alesantrino Considering the most repeated phrase by teachers and most annoying phrase to students is “put your phones away,” I would have to say social media could be used as productive learning tool in and out of a classroom. The students only have so many people they can text. What do you think

#WorldTeachersDay

Monday, 05 October 2015 by

A big, huge, monstrous, shout out to all the teachers who shape us into who we are today. Our team is passionate about #education and #learning, and for #WorldTeachersDay, ProctorFree team members decided to share who their favorite teacher is/was and what made them so special. What made these teachers so amazing, and why were

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