Get answers to frequently asked questions on remote proctoring tool

As finals near at Case Western Reserve, some faculty may opt to use online proctoring for examinations that are now being given in a remote environment. The university uses Honorlock, an on-demand proctoring tool that uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to ensure that students follow guidelines for taking exams remotely.

Case Western Reserve has an agreement with Honorlock to protect the privacy and security of students. University Technology has detailed information on the agreement and created answers to a list of frequently asked questions about the service.

For details on the agreement and to see frequently asked questions, visit the University Technology website.