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Virtual Proctoring

Virtual Proctoring

Welcome to the Virtual Proctoring InfoGuide! Please refer to the documents below to get started and use the side tabs to explore the Honorlock content areas.

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COVID-19 forced you to rapidly move to online learning—an abrupt and jarring transition for many students and faculty. In addition to processing this entirely new dynamic, many students (and faculty) have had some privacy concerns as they made the switch to online learning. At Honorlock, we understand your concerns and want to assure you that student privacy and data security are our top priorities.

To ease student and faculty worries about how Honorlock collects and uses student data, we published several new resources. 

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Can Virtual Proctoring be Conducted on Campus?

Taking a Virtually Proctored Exam on Campus

The primary resource for on-campus virtual proctoring is Daytona State College Assessment Services. Please contact Assessment Services for details on using virtual proctoring in the assessment centers. 

Office of Assessment Services

Testing times will be limited to no more than 4 hours, if a student needs more time than 4 hours they will have made other arrangements and cannot test in the Assessment Office due to availability. Please contact Assessment Services to make an appointment – (386) 506-3067.

Student Support Services

A secondary option is the Daytona Campus Library. While the library is not a formal assessment center, there are three group study rooms that can be booked by students and used for testing. Students must reserve a study room ahead of time by using the Book a Group Study Room link on the Library's website. There is a two-hour time limit on each reservation. If students need additional time, they must contact a librarian to arrange an extended reservation ahead of time and provide proof that the exam being taken exceeds two hours.