Addressing Exam Security Within an iPad Testing Environment

February 23, 2016

Presented by Beth Ennis, Associate Professor, Bellarmine University Department of Physical Therapy

 

Test security is a huge issue in professional education programs, where the same or similar questions can often be reused from year to year. While allowing students to review their exams provides much needed feedback and remediation, it also creates additional opportunities for security breaches. This webinar will discuss how Bellarmine University Department of Physical Therapy’s iPad testing process utilizes ExamSoft (along with several other additional measures) to address issues of test security, while still being able to provide feedback to students on their performance. We will also discuss how security breaches have been discovered and how this has impacted our program.

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