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Have your say in the use of RPNow, the online proctoring software used to invigilate online exams.

UniSA utilizes RPNow, the computer software which monitors students while undertaking online exams. It is most often used to ensure that students are not cheating or looking at course materials during an exam.

UniSA's definition of proctoring is given below:

Remote proctoring is an approach which aims to allow students to take an online exam while ensuring the integrity of the exam, by remotely confirming students' identities before they start, and them invigilating their actions, onscreen activity and room environment as the exam is being undertaken. Sometimes this invigilating is done by a real person, and sometimes by an electronic system.

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* 1. What Academic Unit are you enrolled in?

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* 2. Are you aware of the RPNow system used during exams?

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* 3. Have you been required to use the RPNow system in one of your recent exams?

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* 4. Are you required to use the RPNow system during an upcoming exam?

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* 5. When was the last time you were required to use an invigilate system during an exam?

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* 6. Please list the subjects where you had an RPNow Invigilated Exam:

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* 7. Was the exam open or closed book?

Open book: You are allowed to refer to course materials, books and/or use the internet.
Closed book: You are not allowed refer to course materials, books or use the internet.

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* 8. How did you find your experience using RPNow?

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* 9. Please rank the statements from 1 (not true) to 5 (very true).

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* 10. Please finish this sentence.

Using RPNow makes me feel...

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* 11. Please finish this sentence.

When RPNow system is used ...

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* 12. Is there anything else you would like to add about using RPNow?

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* 13. Please type your UniSA email below to enter the draw to win 1 of 2 $100 gift card.

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