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We created this free marketing toolkit to help create institution-wide awareness of ProctorU and encourage adoption of online proctoring among students and faculty. Download one element or the entire toolkit. You can use these marketing materials however you see fit. We’ve included suggestions for use, but you have the ability to change anything. Click the links to download a .zip file of everything you need for each element.
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If you’re an individual faculty member or instructor, this package was put together with you in mind. It contains the elements that will be most beneficial to you. If you use social media to talk with your students, we’ve also included some sample social posts you can use. And if you are into blogging or just want to provide more information to students through your course LMS pages, we’ve included some articles that can help break down online proctoring with ProctorU for your students.
Are you just looking for syllabus language? Click this link to access suggested syllabus verbiage ready for you to copy and paste into your online syllabus.
These articles contain easy-to-understand information about ProctorU’s services, meant to proactively quell any confusion or concerns students may have about the service. The content can be used as news articles, blog posts or digital newsletter posts. Each has a social post that can go along with it, which is indicated on each document. Articles include:
In addition to blog and news-style content, we’ve drafted some language to be used as evergreen content. We strongly suggest you create an “Information About ProctorU” page on your institution or department website that can be your institution’s hub for ProctorU details.
We’ve drafted straightforward syllabus language that communicate how ProctorU works in a way that is beneficial to both the seasoned ProctorU user and the first-time test-taker. It includes basic tech requirements, and directly addresses concerns your students may have with online proctoring. It is meant to be one section of your syllabus.
We’ve drafted 12 Facebook and Twitter social post suggestions, complete with paired image suggestions. Message themes include convenience, ease of use, and preparing for midterms/finals. We’ve also suggested posts to pair with specific blog/news content. Edit the language to include your brand language and popular hashtags for optimal reach.