- Instead of paper, you use a tablet for entering your answers.
- No hassle with bad handwriting: you can enter text with a keyboard.
- As usual, you can draw sketches with a pen on the screen.
- After grading, you can download your graded exam paper from the network.
Do you want to try out E-Exam?
We are regularily offering E-Exams. Have a look at TUGrazOnline (https://online.tugraz.at) and look under "Informatik" and then "Angewandte Informationsverarbeitung und Kommunikationstechnologie". There you can find all scheduled E-Exams under "Pruefungstermine".
If you register for an E-Exam, we offer you a guided pre-test a couple of days before the actual test.
In case you are interested in E-Exam, be it either exams or the system behind, feel free to contact Karl.Posch@iaik.tugraz.at.
If you happen to have access to an iPad:
You will not be able to use your own iPad in the e-exam. We rather ask you to write your exam on our iPads which have been prepared for this task. But, you can try out the exam's editor on your device before the actual exam. We are using the app "neu.Annotate". This app is now offered in an enhanced version "neu.Annotate+" on the web for approx. 2 Euros.
Are the exam questions in the e-exam different from those in old-fashioned paper-and-pencil exams?
Interested in more details? Check out the videos:
The E-Exam Clip:
The E-Exam Video:
Video #2: The E-Exam App:
In this video we run through the exam app. You can see in detail how to sign into an exam, how to enter your answers and how to upload your exam paper at the end of your exam.
Video #3: Editing your answers during an E-Exam:
Here you can learn how to work with the editor.
Video #4: Downloading your graded exam paper:
In this video you learn how to download your graded exam paper.
E-Exam has been sponsored by FutureLabs,
a project of Fakultät für Informatik, Graz University of Technology.