The interest and response to our previous webinar, Remote Proctoring – A Psychometric Approach, was exceptional – we were delighted with the levels of participation and engagement as well as the questions that emerged. Despite having been operational in the testing arena for many years, the enthusiastic response to this webinar highlighted the need for more access to independent, practical advice regarding successful client adoption of remote proctoring.

Programs considering the addition of remote proctored delivery options are faced with several psychometric, practical, and policy challenges. Several of these topics, including exam security, fairness, access, capacity, and accreditation, were discussed in our previous webinar. Therefore, Alpine psychometricians, Corina Owens, Ph.D. and Brett Foley, Ph.D., are returning to give you another opportunity to delve more deeply into your remote proctoring questions.

What to expect

As with the previous webinar, attendees will be able to post questions both in advance and during the live session. The discussion topics will be driven by attendee interest and will likely include pilot testing, equating, and managing multiple delivery methods.  All are welcome. Watching (or re-watching!) the previous webinar will give you a great background for the issues we will discuss.

If you would like to join in the discussion, we would love to have you! We hope again for an interactive and engaging session on some of the key areas facing testing programs today.

  • To view the session recording, click here.
  • To view or download the handout with supplemental information from the session, click here.
  • To view the slides from the session, click the button below.