Software that monitors students during tests perpetuates inequality and violates their privacy

In an opinion piece by a University Librarian, he claims that millions of algorithmically proctored (invigilated) tests are happening every month around the world, increasing exponentially during the pandemic. In his experience algorithmic ‘proctoring’ reinforces white supremacy, sexism, ableism, and transphobia, invades students’ privacy and is often a civil rights violation.

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