ProctorFree - ProctorFree Selected As a Finalist for NC IDEA

Online Courses will Revolutionize Higher Education

Oh yeah? Says who?

Colleges Ease Burden of Growth with Online Courses

Why are colleges turning to online courses to grow their student base? There are plenty of reasons. Here are a few:

ProctorFree - University of Albany Students Cheat for Cash

Here at ProctorFree, we have seen reports of students paying others to take classes or complete assignments for them. There are cheating websites everywhere that are using this business model. Students could even use eLance or ODesk to find quality[...]

ProctorFree featured in DetailedBlock

We want to thank the folks over at DetailedBlock for sitting down with us to discuss online, higher education, mooc’s, and the first release of our product. You can read the entire article here: http://bit.ly/11VdPxr

MyLearning ID - Selected as a Semi-Finalist for NC IDEA

ProctorFree was recently selected as a semi-finalist for NC IDEA’s Spring 2013 Grant Cycle. As a semi-finalist, ProctorFree is one step closer to being awarded up to $50,000 to support innovation and growth within the company.

Online Enrollment Growth in Higher Education

Atlanta Testing Scandal

The shockwaves are still being felt in Atlanta with approximately 34 teachers and administrators being indicted in one of the largest testing and cheating scandals to date.

CPCC Enrollment Surges Require More Money for Space

Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) continues to grow in student enrollments but the Community College is running out of real estate and space for students to attend classes.

ProctorFree - Professors Thoughts on MOOCs

In a study recently published by the Chronicle for Higher Education, 72% of professors teaching for MOOCs do not believe students should earn academic credit for participating in free massive open online courses. Interestingly enough, the professors[...]