Update on IO 5: Privacy
Category : Dissemination
Outline of IO5 – Privacy
In order to be compliant with respect to privacy in international online proctored remote examinations, it is needed to have ‘lawyer proofed’, EU compliant contract templates, all kind of agreement forms and guidelines for examinees and tester. These templates are intended to be part of the Intellectual outputs of the OP4RE project, but also to convince all future relevant stakeholders, such as accreditation agencies and data protection officers of the value and legitimacy of online proctoring.
The first step of the team responsible for IO5, which info (inside which documents) we need in order to fulfill our goals. Therefore two privacy impact assessments have been performed. The identified documents are risk acceptance forms, data classification and processing agreements, privacy policies. Furthermore guidelines and templates for legal notices, consent texts, and privacy statements are required.
The next step was to collect information from different sources, such as data protection experts, EU regulations, and already existing material from all OP4RE partners as best practice templates. Now, we are in the middle of the info consolidation phase.
Planning of year 2
The finalization of documents for review is followed by a fine tuning by all OP4RE partners. In parallel, the experiments with online proctoring at the various partners of the OP4RE project will be expanded.