Multiplier Event: June 28th 2019

Multiplier Event: June 28th 2019

Category : Dissemination

We invite all our Associate partners to join us as we share the final outcomes from our 3-year Online Proctoring for Remote Examinations (OP4RE), an Erasmus+ funded project.

Identified by our commercial partner, ProctorExam, as currently the ‘largest global research project into online assessment’, the outcomes from OP4RE are expected to set the standard  for online proctoring and offer a significant contribution to the field of delivering safe and secure online examinations. The outcomes are relevant not just to other European countries and our EU funders, but will be of broader international interest as well.

On June 28th the OP4RE partners will be sharing recommendations relating to the following areas of conducting online examinations:

  • Assuring proper Accreditation for online examinations
  • Managing a secure remote examination environment;
  • The development of Rule books according to European legislation remote proctoring,
  • Building an excellent Student experience of online proctored examination
  • And ensuring the Privacy of student data throughout the proctoring and assessment process

Booking: Places are limited for this event and we expect much interest from the wider education environment. Booking will open at the end of March 2019 for our Associate Partners exclusively, before it is opened more widely to other interested parties. Initially we will allow up to 2 delegates from each Associate Partner to register. More details are on the OP4RE website which will be updated regularly.

Location: The location of the OP4RE multiplier event is ‘The Fielder Conference Centre’, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK.

Hatfield is straightforward to access by train from London within 30 minutes, including via the Eurostar, and it is easily accessible from local motorways by car. It is convenient for Luton airport and there are transport connections via London to the other London airports.

There are local hotels to suit all budgets and this semi-rural area of Hertfordshire offers many historic towns and tourist sites for those who can stay for a longer visit.

Interested to attend this event?  Leave your contact details here.


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