Examine your students

Examine your students

Through the examination, you as a teacher receive a receipt as to whether the course's learning activities have been sufficient to be able to achieve the course's goals. An examination can be carried out in many different ways. It can be written or oral, analog or digital, individual or in groups, etc. The most common is that the examination ends a course, but it can also take place continuously during the course to continuously give students formative feedback. Here you will find inspiration that will help you develop your exams.

Student vid dator. Inspera - självstudiekurs. Foto: Mostphoto

How to use Inspera — our new digital examination system

A new mandatory self-study course for university teachers, administrators and invigilators whom will use the university's new digital examination system Inspera. You will receive help in order to understand the basic functions you will need when using Inspera.

Pedagogeeks on Digital Examination

Pedagogeeks on Plagiarism


The Examination project at SU

We work in the Digital examination team:

Eva Edman Stålbrandt, Project Manager, Department of Education
Christine Storr, Department of Law
Eva Svärdemo Åberg, Department of Education
Ola Palm, Department of Teaching and Learning

Teaching to avoid plagiarism

Prevent plagiarism. Illustration: K B-L