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A study into the usability and security implications of text and image based challenge questions in the context of online examination

Online examinations are an integral component of online learning environments and research studies have identified academic dishonesty as a critical threat to the credibility of such examinations. Academic dishonesty exists in many forms. Collusion is seen as a major security threat, wherein a student invites a third party for help or to impersonate him or her in an online...

A Dynamic Profile Questions Approach to Mitigate Impersonation in Online Examinations

Online examinations are an integral component of many online learning environments, which face many security challenges. Collusion is seen as a major security threat to such examinations, when a student invites a third party to impersonate or abet in a test. This work aims to strengthen the authentication of students via the use of dynamic profile questions. The study reported in...

Remote Live Invigilation: A Pilot Study

learning materials specifically focusing on use of technology to support online assessment. X close Trevor Barker School of Computer Science, University of Hertfordshire, GB About Trevor Dr

Evaluating security and usability of profile based challenge questions authentication in online examinations

Student authentication in online learning environments is an increasingly challenging issue due to the inherent absence of physical interaction with online users and potential security threats to online examinations. This study is part of ongoing research on student authentication in online examinations evaluating the potential benefits of using challenge questions. The authors...