Tuesday, October 29th, 2019
9:10 AM - 10:00 AM: Concurrent Sessions
 
Concentration
Engagement Strategies for Administrators/Institutions
Session Title
Validating Student Outcomes & Accreditation Standards with Online Proctoring Metrics
Description
Learn how the University of Northern Ohio used an online proctoring platform and data to help validate student outcomes, monitor and verify that academic integrity is being upheld and offer solid evidence to accrediting bodies that their institution is meeting or exceeding quality testing standards.
Learning Objectives
Describe how remote proctoring options can complement QM Standards in course designs.
Explain how remote proctoring options support broader quality assurance initiatives.
Identify methods for implementing remote proctoring options.
Intended Participants - Role
Administrators
Instructional Designers
Faculty
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
Participants with some experience in the topic, but looking to grow
Presenter(s)
Dr. Lisa Clark, Associate VP Academic Affairs, University of Northwestern Ohio
Dr. Clark received her BA from the Ohio State University, an MA from the Union Institute & University/Vermont College, two graduate certificates from Appalachian State University, and Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership from Capella University. Dr. Clark has been a Quality Matters (QM), Master Reviewer and Facilitator since 2010 and serves on the Executive board for the Ohio QM Consortium. She has also been a Higher Learning Consortium (HLC) Peer Reviewer since 2015.
 
 

Dr. Ashley Norris, Chief Academic Officer, Proctor U
 
Ashley has spent the past 13 years in higher education as both a faculty member and administrator across major institutions such as University of Alabama and most recently, University of Phoenix in which she served as the Dean of Programmatic Accreditation and Regulatory Affairs. She has led thought leadership on ethics and integrity in education and continues to spearhead those efforts for ProctorU’s key initiatives on academic integrity.