On this page you will find information about the processes of Rostering and Planning concerning the digital exams. We will guide you through the steps that need to be taken for a successful exam.
The following facilities are available for digital testing;
- Locations; Therm (250 Chromebooks) & NoordHorst (250 Chromebooks)
- 72 Chromebooks in Carré, exclusively for exam reviews
- The TELT team and CES are working together to provide support for the digital testing
- The process for lecturers is explained below
Instruction for the students can be found here.
This is a overview (list) of the process for a digital exam. The steps are explained below.
Scheduling in Digital exam room
If you decide to do a Chromebook based exam, please contact the timetable officer of the Scheduling team well before the exam takes place. Digital exams will be held in the Therm building. There are 250 Chromebooks available at this location. We have another 250 Chromebooks available for digital exams in NoordHorst.
Intake with exam coordinator
We will invite every lecturer using Remindo for the first time for an intake. Contact person for this is email@example.com. The intake will provide further information about the process of digital testing and the programs you will work with. You can also indicate what your needs and wishes are. The intake will take about an hour.
Exam request by CES SAL
After the exam date is set, you will receive a notice from the e-assessment team to provide the exam questions in Remindo. These should be in Remindo 5 days before the exam at the latest. After this date has passed, we can not guarantee the exam can take place.
More information about Remindo can be found here.
Finalizing the exam
After the questions have been entered in Remindo, you can deliver the ID-numbers of the questions to the e-assessment team. They will create the layout of the exam. If ready, the lecturer will be asked to do a final check.
The presence of the lecturer is obligatory.
Setting up the Chromebooks and technical support will be taken care of by e-surveillants. The number of e-surveillants available will be consistent with the number of participants of the exam. The e-surveillants are NOT available for regular surveillance, solely for technical support.
If you decide you need regular surveillance during the exam, please contact the exam office of your faculty.
More information can be found here.
After the exam
The lecturer will check the exams and will receive an analysis of the exam results. Multiple choice questions will be checked automatically. A date for a review of the exam can be planned with the Scheduling team. and should be requested well in advance. There are 72 Chromebooks available in Carre for review of an exam. As in regular digital exams, the e-assessment team will be your support during an exam review.
The exam office of your faculty will support grade registration. Please use the excel-list you have received from them prior to the exam. You may choose to export a list from Remindo. Instructions for this can be found here.