University of Vermont Law Case Study
The University of Vermont Law School used ExamSoft's embedded-assessment software to implement formative assessment and measure student learning according to ABA standards.
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
ExamSoft Fast 5: Benefits for Law Programs
ExamSoft helps make sure that your law program is providing an effective learning environment that produces quality lawyers.
ExamSoft for Law Schools
With our embedded-assessment, rubrics, and real-time reporting capabilities, law schools have a better way to measure student competency, achieve desired objectives, and satisfy accrediting bodies.
Law Class Feedback
Created specifically to help measure and report on Standards 314 and 315, ExamSoft and Wolters Kluwer are proud to announce a partnership to make this new assessment process as painless as possible...
ExamSoft - State of Education
Nobody is more aware of the declining state of the American educational system than our educational leaders. ExamSoft is fortunate to be one of these private firms that have grown with their help.
Learning Outcomes for Law Schools
Schools can easily connect with their students, show proof of competency, and prep for the Bar exam – all within the platform most are already using to give secure exams!
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Using ExamSoft to Extensively Assess Student Performance
Tommy Sangchompuphen, Associate Dean of Student Learning and Assessment and Associate Professor of Law at Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law, shares how his program uses ExamSoft's repor
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.
Psychometrics 101: Know What Your Assessment Data is Telling You
Presented by Eric Ermie, Executive Director of Sales, ExamSoft Worldwide, Inc. Keep it? Throw it out? Content/teaching issue? Bad question? Too easy? Too hard? What the heck? More than likely you
Creating a Personalized Remediation Program for Law Students
The past few years have included several cases of law students attempting to sue their schools for misrepresenting employment statistics. Law schools need a better way to address needs of students.
Using ExamSoft Reporting Analytics for Student Remediation
Tommy Sangchompuphen, Associate Dean of Student Learning and Assessment and Associate Professor of Law at Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law, shares how ExamSoft's reporting tool helps s
Video: Secure Computer-Based Testing with ExamSoft
A secure, and fair testing environment is important piece of the assessment process. ExamSoft can help your educational program secure the testing environment with a locked down exam platform.
Are Your Law School Exams Secure Enough?
ExamSoft's offline, computer-based testing software is specially designed to reduce the possibilities of academic dishonesty among law students.
ExamSoft Scantron Overview
While Scantron-style assessments are limited in their reporting capabilities, ExamSoft is quick to learn, and helps streamline question creation, student management, and report creation.
With multiple levels of prevention (including state-of-the-art encryption and security processes), ExamSoft can help prevent a number of “quirky” situations that might occur on test day.
Learning about the Learners: Using Analytical Tools to Drive Curricular Decisions
Recently, Al Spiegel, Laptop Coordinator at Bergen Catholic High School, discussed the process of using ExamSoft data to explore exam-taker habits and adjust exams accordingly.
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.
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.
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.