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Multiple Choice

Multiple Choice is written for educators who are leading the way in building secure online learning and testing environments at schools and universities across North America. The blog is written by staff and friends of Software Secure, developer of techno

Published: 2008-02-19T13:29:26-05:00


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Removing a Roadblock to Distance Education


This week, Software Secure officially announced Securexam Remote Proctor. Developed with the assistance of Troy University, Remote Proctor eliminates the need for students to go to campus to take an exam or arrange to have a proctor for every testing...

Cheat cheat, never beat?


It echoes in my brain as I ponder the recent revelations about the Duke MBA students accused of cheating on a take-home exam. Cheat cheat, never beat. Clearly today's students don't agree with this refrain from my childhood. Especially in...

Podcasts and Virtual Worlds in Education


Last month, I wrote about the "software as service" discussion, and how it impacts education, and particularly the implications for testing and evaluation. This month, I thought it might be interesting to take a look at how educational institutions are...

Software as Service


Over the past few months, we have been watching the "software as service" discussion with some interest. While much of the debate in the technology press seems to circle around business applications such as CRM (customer relationship management), the simple...

Taking a break


My posts here are usually about computer security, online testing and distance learning trends. Today, however, we're taking a break from our regular scheduled programming to bring you a few technology blogs that, while not strictly about education, I think...



The Chronicle of Higher Education has launched a new Online Teaching Forum Good stuff from one of our favorite education blogs - the Online Learning Update: Student Achievement in Online Distance Education Compared to Face-to-Face Education Namsook Jahng, et al;...

Round-up: Interesting EdTech Posts


As the holiday season, and year, winds down, we just wanted to share with you a few interesting tidbits we've found online recently. From (via the Educational Technology blog ) an article about cyber charter schools. The Top 100...

PC Magazine's List of most wired colleges; Online learning


PC Magazine's list of the most wired colleges is slated to go live on the PC Mag Web site sometime today, but you can get a preview on The Wired Campus blog. Speaking of wired campuses and networked students, don't...

ISED-L thread on laptop use


The Independent School Educators' List (ISED-L) has a great thread running on student laptop use. Lots of great information on how the schools are using laptops, including how they handle home laptop use at school. Archives here. Tags: ISED-L, student...