Partner Webinar: DIGIEXAM & CANVAS  Digital Assessments Made Easy

Created by Partnership Team Employee on Feb 23, 2017

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at REGISTER:

Starts at 11:00 AM · Ends at 12:00 PM, MDT (America/Denver)

  • Joe Montuori
  • Partnership Team
  • Rhiannon Lares
  • Jennifer Cronan Flinn
  • Keith Crandall




Transitioning to Digital Exams & Assessments
Whether you’re a teacher, professor, or administrator, navigating the extensive supply of digital tools available for educators today seems overwhelming at best. And the challenges only begin there, then comes successful implementation and hoping that technology errors will be few and far between. It’s no wonder that educators might be hesitant to transition away from traditional methods towards current technology solutions. The thought of making this change within an area as significant as high-stakes exams can be daunting. So…how can you kick-start the navigation and selection process of digital tools and assessment platforms?

Throughout the webinar we’ll discuss…

  • Strategies for navigating and selecting digital tools, particularly assessment tools
  • The benefits of digital assessments for instructors, students and organizations
  • How to create, administer and grade digital assessments through DigiExam


We’re thrilled to be joined by two guest speakers. We’ll hear from the Chief Technology Officer at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business about his evaluation process when selecting digital tools. We’ll also speak with a science teacher who uses DigiExam to more efficiently provide students with specific feedback. Finally, we’ll take a look at our newly released, deeper integration with Canvas, which not only allows for single sign-on but also grade return and a streamlined scheduling process.




Click here to register for this session: Canvas Webinar - DigiExam 


NOTE: The features discussed in this session may require additional paid services of a 3rd party provider. Please check out _@DigiExam - Digital exams have never been easier  for more information.