DETC 85th Annual Conference
April 3-5, 2011
The Williamsburg Lodge * Williamsburg, VA
It Takes A Village:
How to Get Administrators, Faculty, and
Students to Believe in Academic Integrity
Mr. Jarrod Morgan, ProctorU
Ms. Rebecca Tweedy, ProctorU
Monday, April 4th *
1:30 - 2:15 p.m. and 2:30 - 3:15 p.m. * Allegheny Room B
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Distance learning programs are expanding rapidly throughout higher education. This expansion causes new challenges in the quality control of programs, most notably in keeping the integrity of programs intact. However, not everyone is always on board with taking the necessary steps to ensure the quality of the program. This session will discuss how to get everyone associated with your program to buy-in to increasing its integrity.
It Takes A Village:
How to Get Administrators, Faculty, and Students to Believe in Academic Integrity (PDF)
Mr. Jarrod Morgan co-founded ProctorU in 2008. Prior to ProctorU, he served as Director of Technology for Andrew Jackson University, where he and then-AJU President Don Kassner created the ProctorU service for internal use before demand from other schools prompted them to develop it as a commercial service. After serving as the company's first proctor, Jarrod and the ProctorU team embarked on a mission to expand academic integrity in distance education and expanded their clients to more than 50 institutions across the country.
The company now serves tens of thousands of students worldwide from its two proctoring centers in Livermore, California and Pelham, Alabama. Morgan attended The University of Florida where and was on staff in the university’s IT department. He currently lives in Birmingham, Alabama with his wife Alaina and their daughter Maddie.
Ms. Rebecca Tweedy joined ProctorU Inc. in March of 2009 and has served as an academic proctor, trainer, and operations coordinator. Her leadership has been instrumental in consistently driving strong operational excellence and customer satisfaction over the past two years. Rebecca currently serves as Partnership Coordinator, where she develops productive and sustainable collaborations between institutions and ProctorU. Additionally, Rebecca executes growth strategies for the company through lead generation, brand building, and other marketing initiatives. Rebecca earned a BS degree in commerce and business administration and a BA degree in modern languages and classics from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. She currently resides in Hoover, Alabama.