How to Set Up Hawkes-Compatible Online Proctoring Solutions

Please see the instructions below for assistance setting up your desired Hawkes-compatible online proctoring solution. If you are interested in integrating Hawkes with any of these online proctoring services, please connect with your Training & Support Representative or email training@hawkeslearning.com. Respondus Monitor *Please note that we do not provide direct integration with Respondus Monitor. The directions below walk … Continue reading How to Set Up Hawkes-Compatible Online Proctoring Solutions

Adding Bonus Questions to Tests

Did you know that you can add bonus questions to your online assessments? It's as simple as checking the Bonus box and assigning a bonus point value! Points for designated Bonus questions count towards points earned, but not points possible.Questions are still randomly ordered by default unless otherwise specified.All tests must contain at least one … Continue reading Adding Bonus Questions to Tests

The 5 Key Elements of Testing Security

As many courses continue operating in virtual and hybrid settings, online testing security has become a major concern for educators. How do you ensure that students are held to the same standards of integrity, showing that they have truly mastered the content? Below, we outline a few key security measures to consider when creating online … Continue reading The 5 Key Elements of Testing Security

5 Ways Hawkes’ Adaptive Learning Features Encourage Content Mastery

Hawkes software proudly features adaptive learning components to foster content mastery. In fact, our mastery-based approach to learning is inherently adaptive in nature, allowing students to work as little or as much as they need on certain topics to ensure competency. Below are 5 adaptive software features in Hawkes that guide students to success: Custom … Continue reading 5 Ways Hawkes’ Adaptive Learning Features Encourage Content Mastery

Absenteeism in the Virtual Classroom: The Struggle to Stay Connected

While we are certainly still navigating this new normal, we’ve come a long way in adjusting to online learning. Instructors have discovered how to best present information, administer tests, and keep the discussions lively and engaging. But in many cases, these instructors are also seeing a sharp decline in student attendance. It can be easy … Continue reading Absenteeism in the Virtual Classroom: The Struggle to Stay Connected