WebEx is a popular platform for online learning and testing. However, some students may be tempted to cheat during exams. While cheating is unethical and can result in serious consequences, it’s important to understand how students might try to cheat on a WebEx test.
Using Multiple Devices
One common method of cheating on a WebEx test is by using multiple devices. Students may use their phone or tablet to search for answers while taking the exam on their computer. To prevent this, instructors should require students to close all other applications and tabs before starting the exam.
Another way students might cheat on a WebEx test is by sharing their screen with someone else who has access to the answers. To prevent this, instructors should require students to use a private browsing mode or incognito window during the exam.
Using Chat Features
Some students may try to cheat by using the chat feature on WebEx to communicate with others who have access to the answers. To prevent this, instructors should disable the chat feature or monitor it closely during the exam.
Cheating on a WebEx test is unethical and can result in serious consequences. However, by understanding how students might try to cheat, instructors can take steps to prevent it. By requiring students to close all other applications and tabs, using private browsing mode, and monitoring chat features, instructors can ensure that exams are fair and accurate.