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Celebrating the 19th Year of Using a Computer to Take the Bar Exam
ExamSoft celebrates 19 years of providing the software responsible for hosting the bar exam for thousands of applicants across the country.
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.
Using Data to Help Improve Individual Student Performance
Jenny Wondracek, Director of Legal Educational Technology at UNT Dallas College of Law, shares how her staff uses ExamSoft reports to create a tailored learning environment for students.
The Need for Embedded Assessment Within Legal Education
With new accreditation standards looming, the need for embedded assessment within legal education is growing, and could be the solution for many problems law schools are facing.
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
Rubrics Use in Legal Education
ExamSoft's rubrics tool supports the American Bar Association's learning improvement initiative with the ability to help legal educators map out specific outcomes to help students pinpoint weak areas.
The Use of Formative Assessment in Legal Education
This webinar will examine the different kinds of assessments that a law school can administer using ExamSoft in order to measure its success in meeting the outcomes that are identified as appropriate.
How You Can Meet the New ABA Standards with ExamSoft
The American Bar Association has taken steps to implement new standards and rules in legal education. Here are seven steps to use ExamSoft to meet the new ABA standards and improve learning outcomes.
Introducing LawClassFeedback: Innovative assessment support for success in legal education
ExamSoft has partnered with leading publisher Wolters Kluwer to bring you LawClassFeedback, an assortment of pre-made formative assessments designed to deliver evidence of student learning.
Using Longitudinal Data to Improve Student Performance
Jenny Wondracek, Director of Legal Educational Technology at UNT Dallas College of Law, discusses how ExamSoft's longitudinal reports support her school's Academic Success Program.
Multiple-Choice Assessments for Law Professors: The choice is yours.
This webinar will present the basics of assessment strategies for progressive law faculty who are multiple-choice curious.
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.
Examplify from ExamSoft
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 painless for law programs
ExamSoft for Law Schools: Full Suite vs. LS Lite
ExamSoft presents law schools with two effective options for administering formative assessment and meeting standards set by the American Bar Association.
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!
Single Biggest Benefit of Using ExamSoft
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 has benefitted from E
Start Using Assessment to Close the Skills Gap
A recent problem facing higher education programs is the "skills gap". Here are a few steps designed to fix the "skills gap" through data-driven decisions and embedded assessments with ExamSoft.
UNT Dallas Uses Examsoft to Improve Legal Education
Jenny Wondracek, Director of Legal Educational Technology at UNT Dallas College of Law, discusses how here program is using ExamSoft to support new standards set by the ABA and improve student learnin
Learning about the Learners: Using Analytical Tools to Drive Curricular Decisions