Online learning environments offer unique challenges to student assessment, and many instructors are concerned with cheating in the uncontrolled conditions associated with at-home, online exams. When COVID-19 forced the widespread adoption of remote instruction, many higher education institutions prioritized the purchase of online proctoring solutions. The rapid growth of online proctoring has not come without challenges. These solutions raise equity and privacy concerns because they collect, use, and store identifying data and recordings of student bodies, behaviors, and personal space in ways that do not impact all students equally.
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