Online Proctoring: Proctortrack


Online Proctoring is a fee-based service that allows students to take a proctored exam on their own device from a location of their choosing if their instructor has enabled the feature for their course.




Who can access

  • Current instructors and students

How to request access

  • Instructors: All Blackboard courses are already configured to use Proctortrack. For more information about configuring a Blackboard exam for Proctortrack see the Getting Started section of the Help and Resources page for Online Proctoring. To use Proctortrack for proctoring exams outside of Blackboard, please contact the IT Service Desk.

  • Students: You can only use online proctoring if your instructor has enabled it for your course.


Automatic Proctoring ($6 per test)

  • Artificial intelligence monitors students during the test then flags and records suspicious activity.

  • Student requirements: 

    • Reliable Internet access

    • Computer running a Mac or Windows operating system

    • Webcam and microphone (can use the built-in webcam and microphone on their computer)

Live Proctoring ($15 per test)

  • Artificial intelligence monitors students during the test.

  • If suspicious behavior is detected, a human proctor checks in on the session.

  • Student requirements:

    • Reliable Internet access

    • Computer running a Mac or Windows operating system with a webcam (for taking the test)

    • Webcam and microphone (can use the built-in webcam and microphone on their computer)

    • A second device, such as a smartphone or tablet, with a camera (for secondary monitoring)

Available for Blackboard tests and exams

  • Records the test session and flags suspicious behavior for instructor review

  • Proctortrack monitors:

    • Video feed from student's webcam

    • Student's eye movements

    • Audio levels in the student's environment

    • Hardware devices connected to the student's computer

    • The names of any applications or processes running on the student's computer

    • Whatever is visible on the screen during testing

    • Keystrokes

    • The identity of the student taking the exam 

  • Proctortrack does not monitor

    • Web browsing history

    • Content of personal files on the student's computer 

Additional resources

Service support

Get help

  • For Proctortrack specific help, please contact the support team at Proctortrack.

  • Visit the Technology Help Center ( to get live support, view outages, and browse trainings.


You can learn about accessibility features in Proctortrack by visiting their website.

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