ProctorHub FAQs – Students

ProctorHub Frequently Asked Questions for Students

What is ProctorHub?

ProctorHub is an integration that assists UCF faculty members with quiz and exam authentication while helping to curb cheating. By utilizing test takers’ webcams and the modern features of current web browsers, we have been able to develop a program that captures the test taking process. If any complication or issue is suspected, the instructors are able to go back and investigate.

Why are we using ProctorHub?

ProctorHub is being used to assist in documenting a quiz in case of a cheating allegation.

How do I know that the webcam is working?

You can test out your webcam at here: https://proctorhub.cdl.ucf.edu/proctorhub/test_webcam/

Am I being watched in real time?

No. This is a passive proctoring solution.

What exactly is being recorded?

Only what is viewable by your webcam.

What do instructors see when they check ProctorHub?

When instructors go back to view the captured images, they see a series of images. Once a week a script runs that compiles the images into a video.

 

What should I do if my webcam stops working during a quiz?

Continue to work on your assignment. These situations will be handled by your instructor on a case-by-case basis.

Who has access to my recordings?

Your instructors and the CDL Learning Management System administrators.

How much will it cost me?

There is no fee or other charge imposed on you for the use of ProctorHub.

What equipment will I need?

You will need a web camera attached to your computer equipment in order to use ProctorHub. Most laptops come with built-in webcams. Please note that webcams can be checked out from the UCF Library’s LibTech desk.

What if I don’t have the necessary equipment?

You can check out a webcam from the UCF Library’s LibTech desk. There are also computers in the library with webcams that you can use to take your quizzes.