Revise, return, and reuse
When tests are compromised, and they will be so long as, again, the incentive to cheat exists, the need to revise offerings will also need to be considered.
This is where Hanhaa’s ParceLive shines above the rest with sensors that are recyclable across more than 40 countries and three continents, or North America, Europe, and the Middle East and Asia.
While the aim, of course, is to stop cheating dead in its tracks or to prevent it outright, the peace of mind afforded the university, high school, and post-secondary communities should be a welcome relief, especially as such ‘good news’ stories help to begin rebuilding the reputation of those institutions previously threatened by cheating scandals.
Hanhaa’s ParceLive software and hardware may not seem like the obvious choice in higher education when it comes to preventing test theft and cheating scandals, but the tracking technology embedded within the recyclable devices is more than a solid business investment so much as a means to ensure no university’s reputation grows questionable.
Sadly, and while dishonesty within college applicant pools runs deep and includes everything from parents and donors to AI and smart glasses, there are few comprehensive solutions that could catch every conceivable crook.
That’s why Hanhaa’s ParceLive is so powerful and why their value proposition hinges on not catching cheats after they have already committed the fraudulent, though they have that capability, but, rather, to stop scandals and irreversible reputational damage at the source.