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The very idea of e-Exams: student (pre)conceptions

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This paper explores the preconceptions of students as reported via a voluntary online pre-implementation survey administered in late 2013 on the topic of e-exams. The survey was conducted as part of a wider research program into the development and implementation of on-campus computerised examinations using BYOD. The survey was conducted with the intention of uncovering pre-conceived ideas held on the part of students with regard to the idea of e-exams ahead of a planned series of e-exam trials. A range of concerns were expressed by students both for and against the idea of exams that provide the planners of e-exam approaches valuable insights into the attitudes of one of the most significant stakeholder group


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