Faculty Semester Guides

aie-elearningThe staff at eLearning would like to welcome you to online education at UAA. We are eager to work side by side with you & your students to ensure a smooth semester. As eLearning has grown over the years, we have also increased our support services. For faculty teaching online classes, you have the resources of Academic Innovations & eLearning (AI&e) at your hands. The office of AI&e has services to help with course design, professional development, and multimedia. In 2016, eLearning also acquired a contract with Software Secure's Remote Proctor Now (RPNow) to offer online proctored exams that students can complete at home on their own device. You can read more about online testing with RPNow but clicking on the above logo. For more resources, information, and dates please review the information packet and complete the faculty information form detailed below.

Information Packet

The Faculty Information packet is changing every semester so it is important to take a moment to review each area so that you are aware of the changes & additions that are now included. 

Faculty Information Form

This form is to be completed by faculty teaching a UAA online course associated with the "eLearning Fee".

Complete the Faculty Information Form & ensure that our office:

  • ...will have a record of your contact information should we need to get a hold of you regarding your online course.
  • ...will have a record of tools your course may utilize. This will allow us to support your students should they have questions or need additional help.
  • ...can provide the administration of proctored exams for those courses that require them. We will act as the point of contact for your students in regards to the proctored exams. We administer the exams for students in Anchorage as well as distribute the guidelines/materials to other proctor sites as needed.   

eLearning: Distance Student Services

(907) 786-1730 | Tollfree (885) 582-2337 (AK Only) | Fax: (907) 786-1008 | uaa_eLearning@alaska.edu | Mon–Fri, 8a–5p 

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