Universities and higher education institutions are probably the largest sector of high-stakes exam and assessment programme owners.
Until the pandemic, adoption of solutions such as digital exams, e-portfolios, and remote proctoring were generally implemented by individual faculty - usually after lengthy field trials and procurement processes.
With students not on campus, this sparked an institution-wide gold rush in digital exam technology procurement.
But does academia now have buyer regret? Have digital exams shone a harsh light where it was unwelcome? And has it actually improved student learning?
Read my blog on university admissions, how digital exams are finally being recognised as mission-critical, and what the future holds for higher education assesssment.
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