Computerised Assessment and Exams at UQ

This survey explores student opinions on the issues surrounding the increasing computerisation of assessment at UQ

The survey asks for your opinions on the use of computers for assignments and examinations.

There are 8 sections seeking your input on topics such as working on assignments, e-submission and feedback, audio feedback, quizzes and practice tests, supervised examinations, infrastructure (computers, power, wireless) and basic demographics.

This data is being collected as part of a research project into current computerised assessment practices and infrastructure as well as to explore the potential options for computerised examinations. The data collected will help benchmark how UQ is currently going with regard to computerised assessment practices and assist with informing future directions, academic staff development and infrastructure provision.

This survey is voluntary. By filling in and returning this survey you agree that we may use your responses anonymously (de-identified) in further research, in academic publications and for internal planning purposes.

This survey has been approved by the University of Queensland Human Research Ethics Committee, approval number 2013001014. If you have yet to do so please read the participant information sheet [PDF].

Thank you for agreeing to undertake this survey. It will take about 10 minutes to complete.

UQ students will have the option to enter the prize draw at the end of the survey, with one of
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