e-Exam Symposium 2018: The Pedagogy of e-Exams - examples and transition (session 2)

e-Exam Symposium 24 Nov 2018: Session 2

Presenters: Dr Mathew Hillier (Monash University), A/Prof Matt Bower (Macquarie University) and Dr Andrew Fluck (University of Tasmania).

This session discusses some of the pedagogic theory behind the push for authentic e-exams and how a transition to authentic online e-Exams can occur. Examples of authentic e-exam tasks developed as part of an Australian national project were also presented.  These were enabled by providing a full operating system, a LMS and a range of software applications to students in the exam room.

Hosted by Professor Geoff Crisp, University of New South Wales and Dr Mathew Hillier, Monash University. Duration 30 minutes.

Further information

Session Recording - YouTube.

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