Improving Student Learning Outcomes
ExamSoft helped faculty at Ohio State University improve student learning outcomes with real-time performance reports tied to course- and program-specific objectives.
ExamSoft - How it Works
Ever wonder how the ExamSoft platform works? Here's a great look into our embedded assessment and analytics suite of software - and how it can help higher education programs with the entire assessment
Why Learning Outcomes Matter: A Case of Student-Driven Course Development
This webinar will discuss the role ExamSoft plays in increasing teaching effectiveness, facilitating student learning, and shaping course development from semester to semester.
Bloom’s Taxonomy (Part 1): Bloom’s Basics
Bloom’s Taxonomy consists of six levels of cognition that classify a student’s relationship to assigned learning objectives.
Using Examsoft Categories to Enhance Student Learning
Sean Guinane, Assistant Professor and Director of Outcomes, Assessment, & Technology in Physician Assistant Studies at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, shares how his program uses ExamSof
ExamSoft Reporting and Analytics
With ExamSoft's reporting capabilities your program can easily collect, aggregate, and distribute important program and institutional assessment data to all stakeholders at the touch of a button.
Using Categories to Direct Curriculum Reform and Evaluation
Presented by Sarah B. McBrien, Curriculum & Assessment Manager, University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Medicine Facing curriculum reform? Need to look closer at what content is being tes
Bloom’s Taxonomy (Part 2): Using Bloom’s Taxonomy in Assessment
ExamSoft offers a few helpful tips for applying the philosophy of Bloom's Taxonomy to assessments as a means of gaining insight into learning comprehension.
Ease of Use: Building Assessments with Learning Outcomes
ExamSoft helps St. Joseph By The Sea High School faculty easily create assessments based on curriculum learning outcomes.
See ExamSoft in action and learn abut the one-stop assessment platform that provides real-time feedback and analytics for faculty. See how ExamSoft's solution can solve your unique challenges.
Improving Student Learning and Meeting Program Requirements by Implementing Formative Assessment in Clinical Settings
Presented by Dan Thompson, Manager of Instructional Design and Educational Technology, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences The use of formative assessment within all types of healt
How Blueprinting Exams Can Improve Learning Outcomes
When your job is focused on preparing students to work in the health sciences, you must think about making sure students are prepared for licensure exams as well as maintaining accreditation status.
Blueprinting Exams to Cover Learning Outcomes
Christina Barker, Technology Coordinator and Clinical Instructor at Baker University School of Nursing, shares how her program uses exam blueprinting to guide student learning.
Learning Objectives, Rubrics, and Feedback: Oh My! An Introduction to Learning Objectives
Nowadays schools are expected, some required, to articulate exactly what students are going to learn. Fortunately, ExamSoft can leverage learning objectives, rubrics, and formative feedback.
Harnessing the Power of Categories to Improve Exam Questions
Recently, Donna K. Czarnecki discussed the use of the ExamSoft categories feature to foster faculty collaboration in reviewing banked exam questions to improve their performance.
Bloom’s Taxonomy (Part 3): Writing Learning Objectives That Measure Up
Writing learning outcomes that are tied specifically to Bloom’s Taxonomy will provide the much-needed insight that leads to successful student learning.
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Using Categories to Identify Weaknesses in Student Learning
Tommy Sangchompuphen, Associate Dean of Student Learning and Assessment and Associate Professor of Law at Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law, discusses how his program uses ExamSoft's Ca
Rubrics from ExamSoft
ExamSoft's rubric grading function provides faculty with an easy tool for assessing all types of student work. Rubrics help faculty create an objective framework to evaluate subjective assessment.
Harnessing the Power of Categories: Using Categories for Building Assessments
Presented by Donna K Czarnecki, Lead CBT, Data, and Core Coordinator, University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Medicine “Tagging” exam items can work to your advantage when building multi-
The Benefits of Linking Objective and Subjective Assessments
Objective assessments have the benefit of being a bit easier to write and grade than subjective ones, but no education can be complete without subjective assignments.