qproctor enables instructors to use machine learning and face detection technology in remote peer exams to help deter cheating. qproctor scans a student’s identity and face, and then uses artificial intelligence algorithms to verify the student’s identity. In addition, as the student takes the exam, qproctor captures sound, motion, and systemic changes to identify suspicious behavior.
Additional features include:
• Customize rules for each exam, including exempting individual students from using qproctor
• Flag suspicious behavior for later review by the instructor to identify cheating
Proctorio Availability Status
qproctor is not accessible to some people who are blind, have low vision, use keyboard only, and have mobility difficulties. These students will face insurmountable problems when forced to use qproctor, especially if they can complete the qproctor System Diagnostic Test and preflight processes, and therefore an alternative testing environment should be provided to these students.
Statements about qproctor accessibility on this page are based on accessibility testing in April 2022 and may no longer represent the current state of the software.
Information for Disabled Users
Information for Screen Readers, Blind or Low Vision Users
• The ID Card Scanning process and instructions are completely vision based. Visually impaired users cannot determine where or how to hold the card; and low vision users cannot read manual scanning instructions due to poor color contrast.
• The WebCam Image test (part of the preflight process) is purely vision based. It cannot be successfully completed independently by visually impaired users and is extraordinarily difficult, if not impossible, for users with low vision.
• Completing the room scan is not possible for blind users and difficult for users with low vision.
Information for Keyboard Only Users or Users with Mobility Problems
• Some users with mobility difficulties may not be able to hold their cards during the ID Card Scan process.
• For some people who may have difficulty moving, it is not possible to complete the room scan.
• Inadvertent actions while taking the exam may result in the test taker being expelled from the exam, which requires them to pass all pre-checks again.
Information for Instructors
Students requesting mobility or visually impaired accommodation should be exempted from using qproctor for exams. It is also recommended that faculty avoid using the “smart scan” feature, which interrupts the exam at a random time and forces the student to scan the room. To avoid this type of interruption, faculty can use either “Scan at Startup” or “Recording Room Closed”.
If a student enrolled in Disability Services contacts you to request alternative testing arrangements, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for support with guardianship alternatives.
For other questions regarding accessibility and qproctor accommodation, please contact a student’s Access Coordinator or contact Disability Services at email@example.com.
Vendor Availability Documents
Information on accessibility policies and practices of qproctor can be found on the qulak.com website.
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