Lunchbite: digital examination in education - Monday 4th of November
Digital examination is an new way of examination: it is easier to check and students have their grades faster. Recently, Lies Bouwman, programme director of the master in Chemistry and lecturer in the field of inorganic chemistry, started with digital testing via ANS. A tool with which you can test digitally (and on paper). In this first lunchbite she shares her experience.
Why digital examination?
Digital examination has added value for students and teachers. Evaluations show that students prefer typing to writing and appreciate a wide variety of question types. Teachers no longer need to decipher handwriting and can easily and quickly assign points to open questions using an answer model. Closed questions are automatically checked. For subjects that require working on paper, the test is set up in the digital environment, printed on paper and, after taking the test, scanned and digitally checked. Afterwards, students can view their test online.
For whom and when?
The lunchbite is for all employees who want to know more about digital examination in education and will take place on Monday 4 November in the Gorlaeus Building (DM013) from 13.00 to 14.00 hours (lunch is included).
Lunchbites take place every first Monday of the month, with each session focusing on a different educational theme.
You can register via the registration form. Registration is possible till 30 October.
Questions? Please contact us: Iza Ritsema, ICT & Education via: firstname.lastname@example.org