Articles on digital assessment, exams and learning

WISEcon 2019: Beyond the Standard Written Exam

Modern Exams and Assessment in Higher Education What constitutes a good exam? Hanne Leth Andersen, Vice-Chancellor at Roskilde University, has a clear opinion: The recipe for a good exam consists of alignment between the teaching methods, the learning objectives, and...

A New Year for WISEflow and its Users

It’s 2019, the start of an entirely new year, and many exciting events await for UNIwise, WISEflow and its users. But before we direct our gaze towards the year ahead, let’s take a look back at…

Change the Debate on Digital Assessment

Enough with the Handwritten Exams, Universities Say. But Commenters Say Otherwise. This article in the Times, brought on the 4th of November, approaches a sensitive subject – handwriting. The basis of the article is that fact that more and more universities are…

Is Open Source Safe for Digital Exams?

One of the fears we typically encounter is that online exams will increase the academic dishonesty among students, citing the conclusion that using computers provides the students with more opportunities to cheat. But this is not necessarily the case. According to a…

The Point of Paperless Exams

What is the Meaning of Paperless Exams? One of the most noticeable results of digitising your exam and assessment process is that the process becomes paperless, which essentially means that all information processes such as letters and printouts are replaced with a…

How Written Math Exams Are Accomplished in WISEflow

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…


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