Continuity of Classes

The Office of Distance Education is pleased to be able to offer Proctorio test proctoring services to instructors who may want to adopt this measure of academic integrity in their courses as we transition to alternate modalities. Please note that a Proctorio integration takes at least 24 hours to set up and requires assessments to be run through D2L Quizzes. Please reach out to

Kristin Herman

or your Instructional Designer for more information about remote test proctoring options.

Proctorio is a fully automated online proctoring program that lays over assessments built in D2L. Because Proctorio is built using a Google Chrome extension, all faculty and students using it must be working in a Chrome browser and be willing to add the extension to their computer (directions on how to do this are below.)

Adding Proctorio to your D2L Course (for Faculty)

The first step when adding Proctorio to your D2L course is contacting 

The Office of Distance Education

so that a connection can be established. 

Once your course is connected, you will want to add the Proctorio Google Chrome Extension to your browser. A step-by-step guide has been created to help you thru this process. 

Student Resources

Students will also need the Proctorio Google Chrome extension to take exams administered with Proctorio. Feel free to disseminate this step-by-step guide to students that shares screenshots of what they are most likely to see the first time they connect with Proctorio.

We have also created A Student's Introduction to Proctorio video:

Finally, for common issues, students should check out our Proctorio Troubleshooting Guide which will allow them to avoid and/or quickly solve common usage errors.  

Should a student get stuck at any point in the extension download or Proctorio launch, they can reach out to 

The Office of Distance Education

for assistance. 

Proctorio Guides

Proctorio has also shared some resources they have created to help with the on-boarding process. 

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