Read the manual for all information on remote digital examination
Information about various ways of digital assessment and surveillance.Manual for Digital Assessment
Online proctoring is a means by which online exams can be administered in assessment platforms like Brightspace, ANS and Remindo. Leiden University has purchased two different proctoring software: ProctorExam and Proctorio. With online proctoring, it is possible to keep the examination as close as possible to the original way of administrating the exam. This way you minimize the study delay for students.
Teacher guide and FAQ online proctoring
In the Teacher guide for online proctoring you can read exactly what proctoring entails and what you should take into account if you want to have an exam taken through a proctoring program.
In the Proctoring FAQ for teachers you'll find answers to frequently askes questions on proctoring. For example:
- What information do I have to provide my ICT&E coordinator with?
- What will be asked of my students?
- How does the system check for fraud or cheating?
- Teaching at LUMC? Go to Albinusnet to download the Manual for Digital Assessment.
- The Centre for Innovation and ICLON are organising webinars to provide information and answer questions on technical and didactical needs for remote teaching. They are open to all teachers and staff at Leiden University. Keep an eye on the website www.universiteitleiden.nl/remoteteaching for exact dates and times.
- In 'Take-Home Exams in Higher Education: A Systematic Review' of Lars Bengsston (2019) you can find some theoretical argumentation for take-home exams: Take-Home Exams in Higher Education: A Systematic Review.
If you still have questions, use the Remote Teaching Tile in the Helpdesk to get in touch with the Remote Teaching Support Team. With urgent questions, call 071 527 8888.