e-exam symposium 2018

e-Exam Symposium 2018 Programme

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The first e-Exam Symposium was held on 24 November 2018, Monash University, Caulfield Campus, Melbourne, Australia.

The programme consisted of 8 speaker sessions - further details and session recordings are provided for each session:

Acknowledgements:

The MC was Professor Geoffrey Crisp, PVC-Education, University of New South Wales. The Conference was chaired by Dr Mathew Hillier (Monash University / e-Exams project lead) and co-hosted by the e-Exams project team presenting on the day (Dr Andrew Fluck (University of Tasmania), Associate Professor Matthew Bower (Macquarie University), Dr David Meacheam (University of New South Wales Canberra / ADFA), Dr Michael Cowling (Central Queensland University), Mr Kennith Howah (Central Queensland University). Administrative support by Ms Vilma Simbag (University of Queensland).

The symposium was supported by an Australian Government Department of Education and Training grant 'Transforming exams across Australia' ID15-4747. The views expressed on this website, the symposium sessions, recordings and in the associated publications do not necessarily reflect the views of the Australian Government Department of Education and Training or participating institutions.

Contact: Mathew Hillier

e-Exam Symposium 2018: Running e-Exams on-campus and at a distance (session 7)

e-Exam Symposium 24 Nov 2018: Session 7

Presenters: Dr Andrew Fluck (University of Tasmania) and Dr Mathew Hillier (Monash University).

e-Exam Symposium 2018: e-Exams Security and Integrity (session 6)

e-Exam Symposium 24 Nov 2018: Session 6

Presenters: Dr Mike Cowling and Mr Ken Howah (Central Queensland University)

This session discusses the implications for e-exam security and integrity from in terms of an experience with multi-site offline e-exam trials.

e-Exam Symposium 2018: Trade-offs, benefits and costs (session 5)

e-Exam Symposium 24 Nov 2018: Session 5

Presenters: Dr Andrew Fluck (University of Tasmania) and Dr Mathew Hillier (Monash University)

e-Exam Symposium 2018: Qualitative analysis, student concerns: the good the bad and the ugly (session 3)

e-Exam Symposium 24 Nov 2018: Session 3

Presenters: Dr David Meacheam (University of New South Wales Canberra / ADFA), Dr Amy Hubbell (University of Queensland) and Ms Cristina Savin (Student, Monash University).

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).

e-Exam Symposium 2018: The Austrian experience with e-Exams (session 1)

e-Exam Symposium 24 Nov 2018: Session 1

Presenter: Dr Gabriele Frankl (Alpen-Adria Universit├Ąt, Klagenfurt, Austria)

e-Exam Symposium 2018: Welcome and rationale for a focus on authentic e-exams

Presenter: Dr. Mathew Hillier (Monash University)

The e-Exam Symposium was held 24 November 2018. A welcome and short statement on the rationale for the symposium focus on authentic assessment in the exam room. Includes symposium programme.

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