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Recordings from previous webinars

On this page you will find recordings from previous Lunch 'n' Learn webinars relevant for remote examination. The webinars were held in the spring of 2020 and further on.

Zoom presence – a better way to conduct Zoom exams

Presenters: Tecla Malmström (pedagogical developer), Ninni Carlsund (Associate Professor at the SCI school) 2021-05-26.

This webinar was held in Swedish.

Are you planning to conduct an examination through Zoom? Worried that visual surveillance is not working digitally? Learn more about Zoom presence, a developed better way to conduct exams with Zoom, where the teacher with the help of Zoom can follow how the students work during the examination. In this webinar, a pedagogical developer from e-learning talks about the theoretical framework for Zoom presence and a teacher talks about how she uses Zoom in her examination.

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Zoom presence – a better way to conduct Zoom exams

Teacher stories - Oral examination from different points of view

Presenter: Gunnar Tibert (Associate Professor and Deputy Head of the SCI school), 2020-11-25. This webinar was held in Swedish.

Gunnar Tibert talks about his many years of experience of oral examination in several different courses; what it is like to have an oral examination on site or digitally, and how it was evaluated by the students. Two different types of oral examinations for courses at the advanced level are presented, with conditional freedom of choice for the student regarding level and subject as a common theme.

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Teacher stories - Oral examination from different points of view (KTH Play)

Teacher stories - Experiences about Oral examination

Presenter: Göran Manneberg (Docent and Associate professor at KTH), 2020-10-07. This webinar was held in Swedish.

In this Lunch 'n' Learn webinar, Göran Manneberg talks about his many years of experience in oral examination, what it is like to have oral examinations digitally and how they are evaluated by students. He compares which abilities and intended learning outcomes that are best examined with an oral examination compared to what is examined in a traditional exam. Göran also gives some tips on, among other things, how you can help the student with nervousness.

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Teacher stories - Experiences about Oral examination (KTH Play)

Alternatives to Proctored Examinations - Assessing Student Learning in Online Courses

Presenter: Arnold Pears (professor and Head of the Department of Learning in Engineering Sciences). This webinar's presentation was held in English followed by a discussion in Swedish and English.

Arnold Pears, Professor of Engineering education, presents the latest findings in his field and then a large portion of the time is devoted to collegial discussion. In this talk some theories are presented from recent research in engineering education theory and practice. They are explored in terms of equity of assessment and academic accountability as well as their ability to reveal student capability in relation to Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO) of different types and their vulnerability to dishonest academic conduct.

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Alternatives to Proctored Examinations - Assessing Student Learning in Online Courses (KTH Play)

Teacher stories - How I replaced one proctored campus exam with a home exam

Presenter: Viggo Kann (Professor / Director of Studies), 2020-10-29. This webinar was held in Swedish.

This webinar describes how quizzes and master's tests, with written and oral presentation, can successfully replace proctored campus exams, even in courses with large student groups. Both the theory part and the problem solving part of the exam in the course Algorithms, data structures and complexity have been replaced by another examination: a peer-reviewed theory quiz and two individual master's tests. The course is compulsory for the third year students of the computer science program with over 200 registered students. The examination form has been developed over many years and did not take place on campus to any extent during the autumn of 2020. The assessment is made according to carefully specified assessment criteria and the examination is fitted into the course to help the students learn as much as possible.

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Teacher stories - How I replaced one proctored campus exam with a home exam (KTH Play)

Guiding students away from plagiarism

Presenter: Carl-Mikael Zetterling (professor at EECS, KTH), 2020-05-19. This webinar was held in English.

This webinar presents a six step strategy for deterring students from plagiarism. The strategy is described in the book “Guiding students away from plagiarism” (Carroll, Zetterling, 2009). You can find the whole book as a PDF via Diva and the short link plagiarism.se . The webinar discusses some ways to design assessment tasks that discourage copy-paste plagiarism and other cheating. There is also a recorded resource in KTH Play for students called "Avoiding plagiarism" which you may include in your courses, for example by linking to it on Canvas. To include the film, go to play.kth.se and search for the channel titled "Avoiding Plagiarism". 

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Guiding students away from plagiarism (KTH Play)

How to grade your exam in Canvas

Presenter: Krzysztof Starzceki (systemspecialist), 2020-04-21. This webinar was held in English.

This webinar shows you how you can work with Canvas SpeedGrader when the student's submitted document is a picture of a handwritten assignmentm, how you can get the result from quizzes, and how to manage the parts of the quiz that are not automatically graded. The quiz function "Classic quizzes" is the focus of this webinar. In a similar webinar " så rättar du din tenta i Canvas  "(in Swedish) from 2020-05-16 the same process is shown for the quiz function "New quizzes”.

Go to KTH Play for access to presentation material:
How to grade your exam in Canvas (KTH Play)

Digital exams in Canvas: How to prepare your exam

Presenters: Fredrik Enoksson (Ph. D, lecturer/teamleader) and Oliver Andersson (pedagogicial developer), 2020-05-15. This webinar was held in Swedish.

The presentation given in this webinar focused on how teachers can prepare their exams in Canvas. For example, how to create quizzes and question banks. These are elements that you can incorporate in your online exam.

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Digital exams in Canvas: How to prepare your exam (KTH Play)

How to design your quiz questions

Presenters: Malin Engquist (learning instructor), Ida Naimi-Akbar (Ph.D. student/lecturer/learning instructor) and Linda Barman (Ph.D./teacher), 2020-05-14. This webinar was held in Swedish.

This webinar provided tips on how you as a teacher can design automatically corrected assignments, answers, and feedback in the form of quizzes, multiple-choice questions, etc. that can be included in your digital exam. The webinar discussed pedagogical and didactical choices that need to be made when creating automatically corrected assignments used to stimulate student activity and to provide automatic feedback. Furthermore, the webinar shared experiences and lessons drawn from evaluations and studies of, among other, open online courses and blended learning.

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How to design your quiz questions (KTH Play)

What applies to customized examinations for students with recommended compensatory support when the exam is carried out remotely

Presenters: Lena Salomonson (group leader for counseling and support) together with the administrators who work with this from the University Administration (GVS), 2020-05-13. This webinar was held in Swedish.

This webinar focused on what you as an examiner should consider in order to adapt the remote examination for students with compensatory support. The webinar presented related regulatory documents and examples of how this can be handled. 

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What applies to customized examinations for students with recommended compensatory support when the exam is carried out remotely (KTH Play)

Proctored exam with Zoom

Presenters: Patricia Diaz (learning instructor), Victor Forsberg (project coordinator at Information and Service) and Carl-Mikael Zetterling (professor at EECS), 2020-05-11. This webinar was held in Swedish.

This webinar focused on what administrative responsible persons and the digital exam invigilator need to prepare and do during the exam. This includes the administrative process, personal settings in Zoom and settings during the ongoing Zoom session. Also, professor Carl-Mikael Zetterling shares his experience of using Zoom and Canvas for a remotely monitored exam.

Go to KTH Play for access to presentation material:
Proctored exam with Zoom (KTH Play)

Home examination - what should I think about and how do I do it?

Presenters: Ida-Naimi- Akbar (doctoral student / lecturer / course designer) and Malin Engquist (course designer), 2020-05-08. This webinar was held in Swedish.

The focus of this webinar was home examinations as a possible approach to assessing knowledge. During the webinar, the advantages and disadvantages of this method were discussed, as well as what is important to think about with this method, such as how to think when constructing questions.

Go to KTH Play for access to presentation material:
Home examination - what should I think about and how do I do it? (KTH Play)

Oral exams

Presenters: Arnold Pears (professor and head of the department of learning) and Ida Naimi- Akbar, (PhD student/lecturer/course designer), 2020-05-06. This webinar was held in Swedish.

This webinar explored approaches to conducting oral examinations (over Zoom) as a potential method of assessing complex intended learning outcomes. Oral examinations have a long established tradition in Swedish higher education and provide a rich basis for assessment. In order to exemplify different ways to work with assessment, the different approaches were discussed in relation to specific learning outcomes as well as fair assessment.

Go to KTH Play for access to presentation material:
Oral exams (KTH Play)

How will remote examination be managed during the exam weeks 22 and 23?

Presenters: Elin Lindblad (team leader for remote examination) och Wanda Manninger (Project coordinator at the Education Administration office), 2020-05-04. This webinar was held in Swedish.

The focus of this webinar was the solution that involves a combination of Canvas and Zoom, where the functionality in Canvas will be used to manage exam questions and Zoom can be used for answering student questions, proctoring with invigilators or oral examination. The webinar also provided information on what you as a teacher need to do for your exam and what KTH staff will help you with.

Go to KTH Play for access to presentation material:
How will remote examination be managed during the exam weeks 22 and 23? (KTH Play)

Digital exams in Canvas: How to prepare your exam

Presenter: Krzysztof Starzceki (system specialist), 2020-03-31. This webinar was held in English.

This webinar focused on how you as a teacher can prepare your digital exam in Canvas by creating assignments and quizzes (automatically graded assignments), which you can save and later can use in your exam.

Go to KTH Play for access to presentation material:
Digital exams in Canvas: How to prepare your exam (KTH Play)

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