RE: Technical communication classes (Was: no subject)

Subject: RE: Technical communication classes (Was: no subject)
From: "Evans, Diane L (Rosetta)" <diane_evans -at- merck -dot- com>
To: "Edgar D' Souza" <edgar -dot- b -dot- dsouza -at- gmail -dot- com>, techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Tue, 23 May 2006 10:18:41 -0400

>If you'll pardon me for asking what seems an eminently stupid
>question: are all the examinations/tests entirely online as well? I
>live in Goa, India, but a relative of mine who lives in the UK has
>offered to sponsor an online training course. The cost of flying to
>Canada to answer tests would be prohibitive, therefore this question.

I am in the Master's degree program at Utah State University, and all of our
work is done electronically. Although none of the classes I have taken have
offered tests (just lots and lots of papers), the courses are designed to
offer electronic tests.

My sister has taken several online classes to get her teaching degree
through Washington State colleges (
When her classes required testing, she was able to take the test at a
testing center near her home. This could be at a nearby school, college, a
Sylvan Learning Center, or other proctor that she had to arrange beforehand.

I am sure that most online courses offer similar options.

Diane Evans
Requirements Analyst
Rosetta Inpharmatics

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