Tuesday, October 29th, 2019
4:15 PM - 5:05 PM: Concurrent Sessions
The Evolution of Proctoring in an Online Environment
How can you uphold and promote academic integrity while applying Standard 6.1 in support of Standard 3.1? Join faculty members and departmental leadership from four divisions to discuss the evolution and adoption of an institutional policy and system for a large community college.
Identify Standard 6.1 & how it supports 3.1 & how it has been addressed globally by the institution.
Discuss how proctoring has evolved.
Articulate the benefits of using a college-wide proctoring policy and system.
Intended Participants - Role
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
Participants with some experience in the topic, but looking to grow
Jaime Schroeder, Director of the HITT Program and Online Faculty, Blinn College
Jaime Schroeder is the director of the Health Information Technology (HITT) program at Blinn College, which is a completely online degree. With over seventeen years of experience in academia, she is dedicated to providing her students with high quality online instruction. Jaime is active in the college’s distance learning committee and has successfully completed several QM courses. In addition to teaching fully online, she is also a course reviewer for institutional reviews.
Brandy Ermis, Online Faculty and Department Head, Blinn College
Brandy Ermis comes from a longline of teachers, so teaching is in her blood. Currently serving as Department Head of Humanities for Blinn College’s Brenham, Sealy, and Schulenburg campuses, she has over twenty-two years of teaching experience in both the K-12 and college classrooms teaching both traditional and online courses. Brandy is an active member of Blinn College’s Distance Learning Advisory Committee, has successfully completed several QM courses, and serves as an institutional online/blended peer course reviewer.
Victoria Fowler, Online Faculty and Department Head, Blinn College
Victoria Fowler is a Department Head of Mathematics at Blinn College for multiple campuses and for the department’s online course offerings. With over ten years of experience in academia, she is dedicated to giving students the best academic experience in all modalities and supporting faculty to achieve this as well. Victoria is active in the college’s distance learning committee and has successfully completed several QM courses. She has been teaching online courses for the last 7 years and has been serving as an internal content and course reviewer for the College for the past 3 years.
Amy Winningham, Humanities Asst. Dean and Online Faculty, Blinn College
Amy Winningham is the Assistant Dean of the Humanities division for Blinn College's Brenham, Sealy, and Schulenburg campuses and an English professor. She has ten years of experience teaching online, and she currently teaches only online courses. She works closely with the division's faculty as they build an online course and prepare it to undergo review. Amy has completed several QM courses and, as such, is a course reviewer for the division's and the college's online courses.
Karin Dahmann, VPAK and Online Faculty, Blinn College
Karin Dahnamm is a Speech/Comm. Instructor for Blinn College with years of experience and a passion for teaching students in the online and blended course environments. Karin is active in the college’s distance advisory learning committee and has successfully completed several QM courses. In addition to teaching fully online and blended courses, she is also a course reviewer for institutional reviews.