Online math courses may use one of the following methods for proctoring exams.
ProctorU Live+ Proctoring
ProctorU Live+ is an online proctoring service which allows the student to take an exam with a “live” virtual proctor. ProctorU Live+ is available for no charge for UND Online students.
- To take an exam with ProctorU, students need to have a computer with audio/video recording capabilities and a stable internet connection.
- It is the student’s responsibility to schedule a time to take their exam with ProctorU and to test out their equipment and connection prior to the test.
Yuja proctoring require students to self-record their exam session using Yuja.
- The Yuja recording is submitted directly to the course instructor and will be reviewed before grading the exam.
- To use Yuja Proctoring, a student needs a computer with audio/video recording capabilities and a stable hi-speed internet connection. Yuja proctoring does not work with Chromebooks. It is the student’s responsibility to test out their equipment and ensure that they are comfortable with the test procedure before the exam.
Detailed instructions and a sample Yuja test can be found on your Blackboard course site.
Some instructors may choose to proctor exams (or makeup exams) live via a Zoom (or Teams or Blackboard Collaborate) meeting. For such exams, students may be required to log in to the meeting through a second device/phone.
- This device will be positioned in a way that allows the proctor to see the student’s work area, as well as computer screen.
- To take such an exam, students will require a device capable of connecting to a Zoom meeting (with audio and video) as well as a computer to access the exam on Blackboard. They may also require a printer/scanner for the exam and should discuss these requirements with their instructor.