Wow, what an excellent conference! Being near the center of our nation’s capital felt appropriate for this years Blackboard World 2015 conference. While we didn’t directly attend any sessions we did our best to stay tuned in and appreciated hearing feedback from all of the visitors that came by our booth, some new and some
Self awareness, cheating, and online classes. How are these things related? Well, for starters, they all work off of each other. This study on anonymity finds that self awareness is a resource for preventing cheating in online classes. How? The feeling of anonymity in online classes is something we have touched base before (here and here).
Nestled in the hills of Northeast Pennsylvania is a mild-mannered man who lives in seclusion, spending his days looking at black-and-white screens full of text, working towards his goals of building awesomeness and delivering stability to the users of ProctorFree’s services. This mild-mannered is Nick Santiago, our DevOps Engineer. In his daily work, he works
There are three new team members around our office! Their bios below will show you just why we’re so thrilled to have them join the team this summer. Sudeep Sudeep is a graduate student pursuing a Masters degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. So Sudeep, why
Multiple choice, true or false response, matching, and completion type questions seem to be the norm in online class assignments. While traditional is great, are there different ways online students can express themselves in assignments, and express that they are learning the material? What about online journal assignments? The Inside Online Learning Blog hosts weekly