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Introducing ExamSoft in a 1:1 High School Setting

October 29, 2015

Presented by Ms. Maggie Miskowicz, Instructional Technology Coordinator, Saint Viator High School Implementing a testing software into a high school setting is quite often seen as a daunting, cumbersome process. Faculty and administration buy-in, training, student adoption and setup are all obstacles that will need to be overcome in order for the initiative to be successful. However, when implemented correctly, the benefits of a secure, offline assessment platform far outweigh the "growing pains". Join us for a webinar that will chronicle the story of how Saint Viator High School in Arlington Heights, Illinois successfully introduced ExamSoft to its high school teachers and students, and the benefits seen for all stakeholders in this initiative.

 

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