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What's going on?


Welcome to the grand opening!
On April 17th, from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM, house B, floor 3 it’s time for the grand opening. Vice-chancellor Mats Jägstam will cut the ribbon, there will be sparkling drinks, snacks, and a opportunity to meet the project and have a look around

Continously work during spring - the project has been granted additional funds to further increase the number of digital writing seats through laptops. This is done to meet the demand for digital exams in the organisation. The work to install the laptops is planned to begin in the spring and be in full operation by the fall of 2024. 

What has been done?

The renovation of the examination hall on the 3rd floor of building B is now completed. We have also had a couple of digital exams in it. It has a total of 94 digital writing seats, and there are two group rooms with two writing seats each. Additionally, the hall has a new accessible toilet, which is very beneficial as it was lacking access to one previously. In total, the project has now delivered 138 digital writing seats in two different halls and 16 seats distributed across four group rooms.

After the first exams in June, we conducted a student survey. It showed that students were generally satisfied with both the Inspera system, the new hall, and the procedures for digital exams. Some students felt that the room was cramped and that it was easy to see other students' computer screens. Based on this feedback, we have rearranged the room and taken the need for different furnishing into account in the planning of the next hall. 
Teachers are also satisfied with the entire process. They have saved time by being able to decipher students' answers (compared to poor handwriting before) through some automatic grading and automatic feedback to Ladok. On the negative side, several teachers believe that the learning curve for Inspera is slightly higher than they initially thought; it is not as intuitive as they would have liked. They found that the Canvas training provided was a good support. 

Teachers participating in digital exam pilots so far is: 
Thomas Lundqvist and Andreas de Blanche, IV 
Celia Aijmer Rydsjö, IoS 
Kristina Furubacke, IV 
Mats Lejon, IV 
Karin Svensson, EI 
Marie Jansson Ögren, IoS 
Mathias Zannakis, IoS 
Dragana Milesic Karsson, IH 
Ylva Johansson, EI 
Helen Holmgren and Annika Larsson, EI 
Pilot study 2019: In 2019, the university conducted a pilot study with digital exams in which a number of conditions were identified. The experiences from the pilot are incorporated into this implementation project. 
System support 2022: Inspera is the system purchased for digital classroom exams. The system is procured via SUNET and is used by 22 other higher education institutions in Sweden, all institutions in Norway, and in several other places around the world.