DIGITAL EXAMS AND ASSESSMENTS
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The digital exam and assessment platform that eases the creation of exams, simplifies administration, and makes assessment much more efficient.
At the same time, it is secure and easy to use.
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Our latest blog posts on digital exams and assessments
For students especially, exams are very result-oriented. And, as an exam is an environment of measurement, that is only natural, but sometimes you need to focus on the process, not just the outcome. This is true in life – and in math exams as well. In math exams, it...
One sentiment we often run into is the idea that EMA (Electronic Management of Assessment) is largely similar to a Student Administration System (SAS). And we get the connotation. As soon as someone says ‘management’ in an educational setting, the first thing that...
Maintaining the Academic Integrity in Higher Education Teaching in higher education has many positive sides – confronting students with their plagiarised essays and breach of academic integrity is not one of them. It is something most educators dread, but at the same...
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Learning technology excites us, so we are very excited to be entering September, as in less than two weeks, we will be at the ALT Conference in Manchester. Three days on Openness, Participation, Collaboration and Critical Perspectives in relation to learning...read more
Copenhagen School of Design and Technology (KEA) recently tested out the use of WISEflow on an iPad for the purpose of assessing exam assignments with electronic assessment. This video was the result. The text in the video is in Danish. Here is a summary in English:...read more
Since 2015, we have cooperated with Brunel University London to implement a BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Device) option for their uni exams. Now, the practice is beginning to spread to the rest of the sector. This article from Brunel University's Alice La Rooy (Head of...read more