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eCampus, Collaborate, SEI and other related systems for online instruction and testing.

Services (11)

eCampus Enrollment Correction

Request an addition or correction to an eCampus enrollment.

eCampus Login Issues

Request help if you are unable to log into eCampus.

eCampus Request System (eRS)

Faculty may make requests related to their courses in eCampus, including requesting access for teaching assistants and others not enrolled in the course, through the eRS system.

eCampus Support

WVU uses Blackboard's learning management system under our branding of it as eCampus. Every course offered at WVU is included in eCampus, but it is up to each instructor whether to use the course's eCampus site.

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Submission (ETD)

Graduate students completing masters' theses or doctoral dissertations are required to submit them in electronic form in order to graduate.

Online Testing

Online testing can be conducted in eCampus. The Respondus LockDown Browser provides additional security when conducting such tests.

Plagiarism Assessment (Turnitin)

Turnitin is available to instructors to check documents for proper use of citations or possible plagiarism.

Remote Instruction (Blackboard Collaborate)

Blackboard Collaborate can be used to conduct webinars, host online interactive sessions, or augment eCampus course materials with audio content.

Request Respondus Activation Code

WVU faculty members may use this service to request an activation code for Respondus. Graduate assistants must have their requests submitted by the faculty of record on the course they are teaching. This service is only available for WVU main campus course instructors.

Student Evaluation of Instruction (SEI)

Faculty may solicit student feedback on courses electronically by working through the Student Evaluation of Instruction system.

WVU Institutional Repository of Scholarship (wvuScholar)

wvuScholar is a repository of scholarly work produced at WVU. It consists predominantly of doctoral dissertations, masters' theses and undergraduate honors theses.