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Towards Greater Integrity in Online Exams Submission Type : Emergent Research Forum Papers

@inproceedings{Mitra2016TowardsGI,
  title={Towards Greater Integrity in Online Exams Submission Type : Emergent Research Forum Papers},
  author={Sinjini Mitra and Mikhail I. Gofman},
  year={2016}
}
Increased growth of online education has created an additional issue of devising effective proctoring for remotely-administered online examinations. In this research project, we explore some popular proctoring methods for such exams such as live proctoring through a computer’s webcam and biometrics-based proctoring that monitors a student’s mouse movement, and head and eye movements in order to detect cheating attempts. Upon discussion of the various advantages and disadvantages of these two… 

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