16 September 2014: eOSCE - robust real time electronic marking for clinical examinations
This session was part of the joint eAssessment Scotland and Transforming Assessment online conference, 8 to 19 September 2014.
Presenters: Sebastian Hunkeler and Dr Philippe Zimmermann, Institute of Medical Education, University of Berne, Switzerland
Hosted by Dr Mathew Hillier, University of Queensland, Australia starting 07:00AM UST/GMT. Duration 1 hour.
The session covered the User-Centered Development approach used to establish the electronic OSCE exam-system and how users evaluated their interaction with the system. Details were provided of the technical infrastructure and main features such as its ability to continue working during marking sessions without network access. A demonstration of how the client-server system works as well as how the examiners interact with the mobile user interface of the eOSCE system was provided.
- Slide Set: eAS_16_sept_2014_slides.pdf [10.5MB]
- Session chat log: eAS_16_sept_2014_chat_log.txt
- e-OSCE website: http://www.e-osce.ch. Components:
- OSCE-eval (iPad client marking app): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/osce-eval/id557155919?mt=8
- OSCE-Track for iPad (exam tracking administration app): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/osce-track/id576385190?mt=8
- OSCE-Track for iPone (exam tracking administration app) : https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/osce-track/id576385190?mt=8
- note: The OSCE-Editor (question editor for OSX) and server components are required. An annual cost-recovery service agreement is required for deployment.
You Tube version
A screen cast of the session.
Start playing via You Tube: http://youtu.be/7eqeMgNU1HE (You can choose to view in standard definition or high definition and in full screen mode).