Student experiences on taking electronic exams at the University of Helsinki

ID: 43175 Type: Full Paper: Other
  1. Anni Rytkönen and Liisa Myyry, University of Helsinki, Finland

Wednesday, June 25 4:30 PM-5:00 PM Location: B3110 View on map

Presider: Yuhui Liu, Beijing University of Technology, China

Abstract: Various forms of electronic exams have been provided at the University of Helsinki for years, but all in small scale; the mainstream is still to take a lecture hall exam written with pen on paper. Two pilot projects – the online exam pilot at the faculty of social sciences and the electronic examining project – provide electronic exam opportunities for teachers and students. This case study is based on student experiences on electronic examining in the pilot projects, collected by electronic questionnaires. The results indicate that online and electronic exam room exams may lower stress related to examining, promote deep learning, provide flexibility in studies as part of busy life and thus promote to shorter graduation times and increase the quality of learning.


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