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Xquiry’s working procedure

Educational data forensics is a cyclical process; not static, but dynamic. That’s because combatting fraud is continually evolving. Cheats keep coming up with new ways to manipulate exams, so that the process of combatting fraud evolves in tandem. Xquiry has made this concrete in its data forensics cycle, which consists of three products: EDF monitor, EDF protocol and EDF qualifier.

Xquiry diagram werkwijze
Xquiry diagram werkwijze

EDF monitor

The EDF monitor is an intelligent web-based tool with which Xquiry analyses how your examinations score on the various scientifically-established fraud indices. This measurement reveals exam fraud quickly, securely and reliably. The EDF monitor can be deployed once or repetitively, as part of the cycle.

EDF Protocol

The EDF protocol is a set of evidence-based guidelines with which you can limit the risk of exam fraud, aimed at both prevention and detection. Xquiry has conducted scientific research and has used this as the basis for defining standards for combatting fraud. These standards have been translated into index numbers and guidelines. In this way Xquiry can determine the ideal fraud-combatting process for your situation.

Xquiry diagram werkwijze
Xquiry diagram werkwijze

EDF Qualifier

The EDF qualifier is an organisation which applies the continuous Xquiry improvement cycle, where we deploy the EDF monitor repetitively to measure the effect of the EDF protocol. This covers drawing up and implementing custom-made measures to resolve the observed causes of fraud. This is a dynamic process, which evolves in parallel with the latest examination fraud developments. You secure the reliability and validity of your examination procedure with the EDF qualifier.

When you apply this continuous improvement cycle to your examinations, Xquiry issues an audit certificate which you can use for external justification.

Xquiry’s working procedure

Educational data forensics is a cyclical process; not static, but dynamic. That’s because combatting fraud is continually evolving. Cheats keep coming up with new ways to manipulate exams, so that the process of combatting fraud evolves in tandem. Xquiry has made this concrete in its data forensics cycle, which consists of three products: EDF monitor, EDF protocol and EDF qualifier.

Xquiry diagram werkwijze
Xquiry diagram werkwijze

EDF monitor

The EDF monitor is an intelligent web-based tool with which Xquiry analyses how your examinations score on the various scientifically-established fraud indices. This measurement reveals exam fraud quickly, securely and reliably. The EDF monitor can be deployed once or repetitively, as part of the cycle.

Xquiry diagram procedure

EDF Protocol

The EDF protocol is a set of evidence-based guidelines with which you can limit the risk of exam fraud, aimed at both prevention and detection. Xquiry has conducted scientific research and has used this as the basis for defining standards for combatting fraud. These standards have been translated into index numbers and guidelines. In this way Xquiry can determine the ideal fraud-combatting process for your situation.

Xquiry diagram werkwijze

EDF Qualifier

The EDF qualifier is an organisation which applies the continuous Xquiry improvement cycle, where we deploy the EDF monitor repetitively to measure the effect of the EDF protocol. This covers drawing up and implementing custom-made measures to resolve the observed causes of fraud. This is a dynamic process, which evolves in parallel with the latest examination fraud developments. You secure the reliability and validity of your examination procedure with the EDF qualifier.

When you apply this continuous improvement cycle to your examinations, Xquiry issues an audit certificate which you can use for external justification.

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