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July 2015

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or with your Department Chairperson for an approved textbook list, where applicable.

Please submit the following information to the Textbook Coordinator: Title, Author(s),

Edition, Publisher and the ISBN.

Proctoring

Proctored course exams are handled electronically and are not stored within eTROY after

the term is completed. Instructors are required to change passwords and resend exam

each term.

Instructors will submit their “proctored” exams for undergraduate courses through the

following link:

https://etroy.troy.edu/efaculty/forms/eProctoredExamInformationForm.aspx

Instructors must notify their students at the start of the term that a proctored exam is

required using the suggested announcement provided in the Proctored Exam

Guidelines

: h ttp://trojan.troy.edu/etroy/testing/proctorservices.html .

The eTROY

Testing Center welcomes any distant learning students who desire to complete

computer-based proctored exams. For more information, please review the

eTROY Testing Center brochure o

r contact the eTROY Testing Manager at 334.808.6447.

The exam information must be submitted no later than the first week of the term.

Each College has the option of offering one proctored exam per term for each graduate

course. Please check with your respective department chair.

NOTE: Instructors will be available during their scheduled exam time should questions arise.

General Expectations for Online Instructors

Use the Troy University email account provided to faculty, students and staff. All Blackboard

generated notifications will be sent via a Troy University email account.

Complete eTROY Teaching Online Proficiency (TOP) course and become certified to use

Blackboard and teach online at TROY.

Personally and professionally develop as an online faculty member/instructor by attending

training and faculty development sessions offered by eTROY Instructional Design. Attend at

least one session offered by eTROY Instructional Design per year. Join professional

organizations dedicated to teaching online (e.g. Sloan-C, MERLOT, United States Distance

Learning Association, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative).

Create and deliver courses in a professional and organized manner, and interact with

students in a constructive and encouraging manner. Each course should apply the

principles of Universal Design for Learning and use varied Bb feature functionality.