Live Online Proctoring to Keep Critical Exam-Condition Assessments Going

Questionmark enables high-stakes tests and assessments to be conducted remotely and securely

TRUMBULL, Conn.--()--As the coronavirus crisis continues, assessing the skills of people entering crucial professions and services remains vital. But with stringent social distancing measures in place, organizations worry that there is no alternative to canceling exams.

Questionmark Live Online Proctoring enables exams and tests to be taken from home without compromising security and the integrity of the assessment. Some assessments can be done from home with only minimal security measures in place. But when the stakes are high this is simply not appropriate.

Pressures on crucial services continue. It is vital that employers can ensure people in important roles have the skills and support to do their job. People entering emergency services must be able to obtain their qualifications.

Upskilling staff remains a crucial pillar of business continuity, as does maintaining compliance and cybersecurity from home. Organizations responsible for vital infrastructure must demonstrate confidence across the supply chain.

With advances in virtual learning technology many students are still able to study toward qualifications. But a secure way to assess what they have learned is needed.

Many in the workforce continue to participate in certification programs remotely. Proctored tests are widely used to assess them.

With Live Online Proctoring, Questionmark provides an online proctor who supervises a test-taker using the webcam and audio built into the test-taker’s computer. The proctor confirms the candidate’s identity and can pause or terminate the assessment if they see suspicious behavior.

The service enables assessments to be taken from home or office, removing the need to travel to a test center.

John Kleeman, Founder and Executive Director of Questionmark said, “Assessments are often essential for business continuity, and we need to ensure people are appropriately qualified to staff crucial services.”

For more of the story, see the full press release here.

Contacts

For more information, contact:
US: Kristin Bernor, head of external relations, Questionmark at Kristin.bernor@questionmark.com or 203.349.6438
UK: James Boyd-Wallis at james.boyd-wallis@fourteenforty.uk or 07793 021 607

Contacts

For more information, contact:
US: Kristin Bernor, head of external relations, Questionmark at Kristin.bernor@questionmark.com or 203.349.6438
UK: James Boyd-Wallis at james.boyd-wallis@fourteenforty.uk or 07793 021 607