This week, as the first week in the new class, things were fairly easy. We talked about some methods of remote testing, including unmonitored and monitored, and how to get people for the studies. We had to get ready for the main assignment by signing up for a service that facilitates remote testing.

The reading focused on the benefits for remote testing, while still making use of any in-house testing. Sometimes, a quick study is needed and there are ways of making that happen through remote testing that avoid the costs and recruiting issues of live testing. Even if live testing is preferred, remote testing can have useful benefits. I had never even considered any other way before, but this week’s assignments have opened up my eyes.

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