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{{featured_button_text}}In defense of HonorlockHonorlock’s technology is more forgiving than students may realize, according to company spokeswoman Tess Mitchell.

The software does not flag students for “natural head or eye movements.” And in the end, it’s the professors who make the call on any flags.

“Proctors really try to work with students,” she said in an interview.

“In no way are we assuming students are cheating.

“Without Honorlock, training new nurses would come to a screeching halt and nobody wants that right now.”Since the college contracted with Honorlock in the spring, Kliminski said she has encountered few problems with it.

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