CTL Coffee Chat: Computerized classroom testing: infrastructure, ideas and best practices
During remote teaching, many instructors learned how to leverage Canvas or other computerized tools for quizzes and exams. These tools offered advantages like automatic grading, the use of question banks, and the ability to easily randomize correct answers to increase integrity. Remote proctoring, meanwhile, offered significant challenges. As we’ve returned to the classroom, infrastructure has been put in place to allow computerized testing in university classrooms. This allows more conventional proctoring while taking advantage of the efficiencies and higher integrity of computerized exams. In this session, we’ll explore that infrastructure and best practices for giving computer-based exams and quizzes in classrooms.