Proctoring

Notice:

We do encourage faculty to consider appropriate alternatives to proctoring since proctoring presents a number of challenges.  Sometimes, of course, proctoring is the most appropriate testing approach, and in those cases, we have proctoring guidelines as well as approval, agreement, and certification forms.  Please note that the proctoring guidelines specifically include the following:  "Unless approved by the Assistant Vice President for Graduate & Extended Learning, an instructor should not require proctoring that is expected to cost a student more than $250 for a single course in a single semester.

*If your course is listed as an Online course in The Schedule of Classes; Students are not required to come to campus to take exams, quizzes, or tests. It is the Instructor's responsibility to post alternative proctoring requirements in the course syllabus; including estimated costs. 

*if your course is listed as Hybrid in The Schedule of Classes, with ONLY exams, quizzes, or tests on campus; Students are not required to come to campus to take exams, quizzes, or tests. It is the Instructor's responsibility to post alternative proctoring requirements in the course syllabus; including estimated costs. By definition, hybrid courses combine online and face-to-face instruction. hybrid courses replace 1 hour of seat time with 1 hour of equivalent work online, delivering a substantial proportion of the content online.

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Details

Article ID: 98933
Created
Fri 2/21/20 10:51 AM
Modified
Tue 11/28/23 12:15 PM