Faculty process for proctored exams
Proctored exams require students to take an examination in a controlled environment under the supervision of a proctor who monitors students during the exam period. A proctored exam permits instructors to limit student access to certain materials such as books, notes, and the Internet and to verify the identity of the individual taking the exam.
- If proctored exams are needed, one is preferred and no more than two are permitted.
- Proctored Exams have a maximum two-hour time limit.
- Submit all proctored exam information, including password, instructor after-hours contact
information, and permitted student resources, within the first week of the term to
the KCTCS Online Learning Proctor Resource Center .
IMPORTANT: KCTCS proctors will use the KCTCS Online Proctoring Services Database exclusively.
- Ensure that students scheduling needs are accommodated by scheduling exams within a window consisting of a variety of days and times.
- Ensure that Assessment Centers appointment availability is accommodated by scheduling exams within a window consisting of a variety of days and times.
- Place all exams and supplemental materials online in a location that students can access and submit responses.
- Proctors will not fax or mail completed exams or other documents to the instructor.
- Inform students of the proctored exam scheduling procedure in the syllabus and refer students to the KCTCS Online Proctor Exams.
In a situation where a student cannot travel to a KCTC proctor center, instructor and student shall agree upon the appropriate proctoring environment such as employer, faculty, library, public school.
|Big Sandy||Judy Howell|
|Owensboro||Edward (Ed) Morris|
|Southcentral Kentucky||Leah Wendt|
|Southeast Kentucky||Kevin Lambert|
|West Kentucky||Kate Senn|