This month DigiExam celebrates two years on the market. After several years of research and development, DigiExam finally saw the light of day in May 2014. Two years later over 1000 schools are connected, more than 200 000 examinations written and a lot of teachers and students have replaced pen and paper in favour of digital exams.
This week we had the pleasure to talk with one of our users, Nancy Gallin who is an Advanced Placement Art History teacher at The Hewitt School in New York.
Torsdag 28 april uppdagades det att facit till nationella proven hade slarvats bort i postgången och runt hundratusen elever riskerade få vänta på provresultaten. Nu efterlyser gymnasie- och kunskapslyftsministern Aida Hadzialic en digitalisering av proven. Men detta finns redan – den stora bromsklossen är politiken.
We all know that the final exam period can be very stressful, both for students and teachers.
There are ways to get a more efficient exam process. Just imagine saving all that time trying to sort out what the stressed students actually have written (Experience the ease of Spell Check) or get rid of all the paper handling and cut down on grading time.