[teknoids] Cali survey on exams on computers?

Bohl, Phillip C. Phillip.Bohl at pepperdine.edu
Wed Jun 18 13:25:38 EDT 2014

Sorry, I don't know about a survey.  I know I haven't seen one lately.

We don't require it but we have nearly 100% participation and have for a
long time.  I didn't expect it but it was the faculty that drove adoption
here.  The MUCH preferred the legible answers.  Some of our most vocal
anti-tech people were beating the drum for examsoft 15 years ago for just
that reason.  Students listened.

My $0.02

Pepperdine Law

On 6/18/14 7:29 AM, "Richards, Ed" <richards at law.lsu.edu> wrote:

>Has there been a CALI survey on which schools require students to take
>exams on the computer? Or about professor policies about exams on the
>computer? I have some holdouts who do not take my strong advice that
>writing the exam on paper is going to hurt their score.
>Edward P. Richards, JD, MPH
>Director, Program in Law, Science, and Public Health
>Clarence W. Edwards Professor of Law
>LSU Law School
>Baton Rouge, LA 70803-1000
>richards at lsu.edu
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