[Libs-Or] Test proctoring

Leah Griffith leah.griffith at newbergoregon.gov
Sun Feb 15 15:49:36 PST 2015

We tell them that the student will take the test within the library, but that we will not observe the student at all times.   We do take the student's backpack or other items and put in the back room, but we recommend that they just come with what they need for the test, ID etc.

All the permissions/authorizations use my name as the director, but I state that any librarian on duty will be the actual proctor.   If they can't accommodate that, then the student needs to look elsewhere for proctoring.


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On Feb 15, 2015, at 2:12 PM, Kirsten Brodbeck-Kenney <kbrodbeck-kenney at lincolncity.org<mailto:kbrodbeck-kenney at lincolncity.org>> wrote:

Do the services you provide at your library include test proctoring? If so, what guidelines have you put in place for staff proctoring tests? We occasionally receive requests, most of which are pretty easy to accommodate, but occasionally the test requires that the proctor remain in the room for the entirety of the test -- which doesn't seem like a very good use of staff time. Any thoughts?

Kirsten Brodbeck-Kenney, MLIS
Library Director
Driftwood Public Library
801 SW Hwy 101, #201
Lincoln City, OR 97367
541-996-1251 (desk)
541-996-1262 (fax)

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