Proctoring at Marshall Public Library
As long as the needs of the Institution can be met with the existing resources and procedures at Marshall Public Library, the Library will proctor tests for students. There is no charge.
Requests to Proctor Exams
- All initial requests for proctoring must go to Amy Campbell who supervises the proctoring service at Marshall Public Library. She will set up the student’s file and take care of any other things necessary to have the Library begin proctoring.
- Students may contact Amy by phone (208-232-1263) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- All correspondence from Institutions regarding proctoring must be sent to email@example.com or Amy Campbell, Marshall Public Library, 113 South Garfield Ave, Pocatello, ID 83204.
All correspondence from professors and institutions must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org so all proctors are kept current on status of requests and have access to passwords.
All students must make appointments with a proctor, at least 24 hours prior to taking an exam. Exams must be finished at least 30 minutes before the Library closes to allow proctors time to finish before closing. Exams should be scheduled no earlier than 9:30 am.
If a student fails to make an appointment and there is not a proctor available upon arrival at the Library, the student is at fault.
The proctor assuming responsibility for the exam must ensure she/he is available for the entire duration of the exam. No proctor is to leave after beginning a test, without arranging for another proctor to cover.
Institutions must send all attached documentation in PDF format in order to ensure the library has the ability to open the documents.
The institution contacts and sends exam materials and guidelines to the Marshall Public Library via mail or email (email@example.com). The library does not accept faxed exam materials.
Exam materials are filed by student name in the proctor files. Institutions using one sign-in username and/or password for all their students absolutely must send the sign-in username and/or password with each exam for each student in order to eliminate confusion. A one-time warning will be given. Failure to comply after that will result in termination of proctoring for the institution/professor who failed to comply.
The student contacts the library by phone (208-232-1263 ext 106) to make an appointment with one of the three proctors to take his/her exam.
The student reports to the Reference Desk and asks for the proctor by name.
Students who arrive late for appointments may be asked to reschedule.
Students must show a photo ID.
The proctor begins the exam procedure, monitors the student, and fulfills the requirements of the institution.
The proctor is responsible for sending any materials or signing any forms to finalize the proctoring procedure.
Exams will be sent through the mail. A stamped and addressed envelope must be provided by either the Institution or the student.
The library does not fax or scan exams.
Students may not take exams with them when they leave.
Institutions requiring confirmation that exams have been taken may request an email from the proctor. We do not fax confirmations.
All proctors corresponding with institutions through email will ‘cc’ the firstname.lastname@example.org email so all proctors are aware of all correspondence.