Clermont Online Proctoring
What is Online Proctoring?
Online proctoring refers to a digital form of proctored assessment that allows students to complete exams from any location. In a proctored online exam, students are monitored online during the test duration typically with the help of a photo ID, webcam, microphone and access to the computer screen of students.
UC Clermont Online Proctoring
Currently, UC Clermont uses ProctorU as our vendor for online proctoring service. We will update the information if we change our vendor in the future.
Please note that like any other online proctoring service, ProctorU does not work on Chromebooks. Additional ProctorU Information is available in the Faculty Handout. If you are interested to have your exams proctored online, please reach out to Karen Lankisch (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ProctorU Instructions for Students
For instructors who are using ProctorU, we have created an instruction for you to provide to your students. You can add it to your syllabus or other sections of your course.
Please click Access ProctorU for UC Clermont ProctorU page.
Please visit and review the test-taker resource center. You should expect the startup process with the proctor to take about 10-15 minutes. However, this time will not affect your exam time. Please feel free to direct any questions to the test taker support team via the live chat within your account.
In order to use ProctorU, you will need a high-speed internet connection, a webcam (internal or external), a Windows or iOS operating system, and a government issued photo ID. ProctorU recommends you check your computer equipment prior to your proctoring session to ensure you meet the technical requirements. You can do so via the “test your equipment” icon within your ProctorU account. Please make sure that you are using the current version of your browser and have downloaded the ProctorU extension available here for Chrome and here for Firefox.
Additional ProctorU Information is available in the Student Handout.
Students are responsible for meeting the following technical requirements:
- A reliable computer running Windows XP (or higher) of Mac OSX10 (or higher)
- A webcam with 640x480 video pixel resolution or higher
- Headphones or working speakers connected to the computer
- A working microphone connected to the computer. We recommend a webcam that has a built in microphone
- A web browser with Adobe Flash Player installed. It is recommended that you have Flash Player 10
- A reliable, high-speed internet connection
- The ability to allow video and screen-sharing connections to the computer you will be using to take your exam