BOCA RATON, Fla. (July 18, 2022) – Honorlock is delighted to announce the newest members of our Advocate Program. Our program provides higher education administrators, instructional designers and faculty with the opportunity to share their best practices and thought leadership on topics such as academic integrity, educational technology, supporting student success, and online teaching and learning.
Our newest advocates have already contributed their expertise and made meaningful contributions to the program. In June, Elisabeth Greenwood, Instructional Technology Specialist at the University of Central Florida, spoke about accessibility during an Honorlock webinar. Additionally in June, Paul Fisher, Associate CIO & Director TLT Center at
Seton Hall University, shared his thoughts on academic integrity during a webinar hosted by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Join us in extending a warm welcome to:
Instructional Technology Specialist
University of Central Florida
Elisabeth Greenwood is an Instructional Technology Specialist at the Center for Distributed Learning, University of Central Florida. Joining UCF in 2006, she heads the technical support team for online courses at UCF and provides faculty consultation and training. Elisabeth works closely with Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice at UCF, with an emphasis on student accessibility and accommodations for online courses.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Shakis Hall is an Instructional Designer for GA Tech University in Atlanta, GA. She has over 8 years of experience working in Higher Education. Shakis assists in the development of online courses, facilitates new student and TA orientations throughout the year. She enjoys being a part of the process, creating effective learning experiences for all learners.
Associate CIO & Director TLT Center
Seton Hall University
Paul E. Fisher Jr. has served Seton Hall University in the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center since 1997, became the director in 2005, and was named the Associate Chief Information Officer in 2010. Paul is responsible for supporting Seton Hall in the thoughtful use and integration of technology into the curriculum and across functional business units. He provides direction for instructional design, digital media services, classroom and event support, user support, web development, technology strategy and assessment.
About Honorlock’s Advocate Program
The Honorlock Advocate Program celebrates our customers and our shared values. This program provides members the opportunity to further their careers as thought leaders in higher education on topics such as academic integrity, educational technology, supporting student success, online teaching and learning pedagogy, and more.
About Honorlock Online Proctoring Company
Honorlock is an online proctoring company that is revolutionizing the way academic institutions and corporations protect online exams and support student success.
While many online proctoring companies simply aim to catch cheating, our purpose is to uphold honesty and integrity. With an advanced proctoring platform and on-demand services, Honorlock makes the technical proctoring experience simple, easy, and human.