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Announcing Rosalyn's innovative new features: Leading the way in online proctoring

With our exam rules feature, exam authors can choose which exam rules apply to their students, thus truly customizing their experience. Universities can tailor the exam rules to meet the specific needs of the exam instead of being limited by one-size-fits-all rules.

Whether it's an open-book exam, a low-stakes exam, or a high-stakes exam, universities will have the flexibility to ensure that all examinees are treated fairly and accurately. Having a variety of exams, with varied levels of difficulty and different requirements, is particularly important for universities. For example, low-stakes exams may not require the same level of proctoring as high-stakes exams. With this feature, universities will be able to apply the appropriate level of proctoring for each exam, leading to a more accurate assessment of student knowledge and skills.

We are also providing  the opportunity to enable specific web resources to be enabled within the Rosalyn exam interface. Universities will then be able to allow examinees to access specific websites, such as online textbooks or research materials, during the exam.

This will not only ensure that examinees have access to the resources they need to succeed but also level the playing field for students with limited resources at home. It is particularly important for students whose home resources are limited. Universities can ensure that all students are able to access the same resources by providing access to specific websites, which will level the playing field for all students.

A calculator will also be available in the Rosalyn exam interface, catering to STEM tests. Universities will be able to provide students with the tools they need, such as calculators, so that the exams are fair and accurate, and students are not at a disadvantage when they do not have the tools they are used to.

For STEM exams, where solving mathematical equations is an essential part of the exam, a calculator is especially helpful. In this way, universities can ensure the exam is fair and accurate, thereby assessing student knowledge and skills more accurately and fairly.

By using state-of-the-art technology and automating many of the manual processes associated with online proctoring, we have been able to reduce the cost of proctoring by 80%, one of the biggest advantages of our platform. By doing so, we are able to charge a fraction of what traditional proctoring companies charge.

The Rosalyn online proctoring platform revolutionizes the way universities conduct online exams as a next-generation online proctoring platform. Our platform is built on cutting-edge human-in-the-loop AI technology that is designed to provide an intelligent and proactive approach to deter and minimize exam fraud. With a focus on the student experience and a wide range of customizable settings, we are committed to continuing to improve and evolve the platform in order to meet the needs of our customers and their students.

In addition to our new Exam Rules, Web Resources, and Calculator features, we are beginning our journey to deliver AI/Human-based proctoring tailored to the unique needs of each exam. The new features Rosalyn offers will set a new standard for online proctoring and take Rosalyn to the forefront of the industry. We look forward to seeing how universities make use of these new features to improve their online exams.

Our next update will reveal groundbreaking AI capabilities that will maximize student privacy and minimize fraud.

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