Note! Only account managers of organizations who have enabled the feature Remote proctoring can see and edit these settings.
The school or organization decides how the Remote Proctoring features will be configured and used during exams. Depending on which settings are enabled, different data will be processed by Digiexam. The ability to choose how to configure the Remote Proctoring tool is there to meet the variety of data protection requirements that a school or organization might have.
- Choose your role as an Account manager.
- Click on Organization.
- Click on Remote proctoring.
- Change the settings according to the need of your organization and click on Save.
Additional mobile camera - Adds a mobile/smartphone camera to the session in addition to the webcam. The student will connect a mobile/smartphone camera to the session using a QR code.
Automatic session conclusion - The system can set an automatic conclusion (positive or negative) for each session based on the criteria from the setting “Track misuse metrics”.
Note! If the setting “Track misuse metrics” is not active, all sessions will automatically be set to a positive rating.
Record student screen and webcam during exam - Throughout the session, video is recorded of the webcam, computer screen and additional mobile camera.*
* Mobile camera can only be recorded if the setting “Additional mobile camera” is active
Show student computer screen during exam - Shows the student computer screen live during the session.
Student/proctor chat - Chat with students during the exam, file sharing in the chat is supported.
Take photo of face at exam start - The student will get a prompt to photograph their face when starting the exam (if this setting is disabled, the student's face is photographed automatically in the first minutes after the exam starts).
Take photo of ID at exam start - The student will get a prompt to photograph a personal ID card when starting the exam.
Track misuse metrics - Tracks indications of student misuse during the exam based on the following criterias:
- If the webcam is disabled or not.
- If the face of the student is covered or not looking into the webcam.
- If there is more than one face in front of the webcam.
- If the face of the student does not match the initial face photo taken (the face is photographed automatically in the first minutes after the start of the session if face photo at exam start is disabled).
- If the microphone is muted or its volume is low.
- If there is background noise.
- If there is no network connection.