Complementary survey on e-assessment amongst the participants of the LERU Blended Conference “Digital Higher Education Summit”
Results will be shared online and in workshop on-campus, Utrecht University, 29.11.2018, 16:30-18:00h
LERU Thematic Group Digital Education, Task Group E-Assessment
Complementary to our three surveys
- E-Assessment Maturity of LERU Universities
- E-Assessment on Campus for 200+ Students
- Organization and Support for E-Assessment
we want to ask Task Group members and all participants of our Blended Learning Conference for updates and additional informations in seven prevalent forms of e-assessment.

We appreciate your participation. Thank you for sharing your experiences with the LERU Community!
Name of your institution *
Your answer
2. Are you a member of the LERU Thematic Group Digital Education? *
3. Your function at your university *
Your answer
4. Proctored summative e-assessments / e-exams
What kind of scenarios are common in your university? If they are common, how many exam sessions take place at your university per semester (multiple answers possible)?
Number of exams per semester, approximately (count 1 for whole classes / student groups)
< 5
5-50
50-100
100-1000
> 1000
don't know how many, but we do
I don‘t know / no answer
"on campus (students work with PC or laptop in a digital assessment system)
paper based (with subsequent scanning and digital processing of results)
remote (students are at different places when taking the online test)
individually timed e- assessments (mandatory, on campus or remote)
5. Formative e-assessments
Number of exams per semester, approximately (count 1 for whole classes / student groups)
< 5
5-50
50-100
100-1000
> 1000
don't know how many, but we do
I don‘t know / no answer
formative online-assessments (non mandatory online self-tests, on campus or remote)
live-feedback with audience response system in lecture hall
use of e-portfolio (mandatory)
6. Can you estimate the average number of students per semester participating in one (or more) of the above assessments? (multiple answers possible)
Proctored summative e-assessments / e-exams
< 20
20-50
50-150
>150
n.a.
"on campus (students work with PC or laptop in a digital assessment system)
paper based (with subsequent scanning and digital processing of results)
remote (students are at different places when taking the online test)
individually timed e- assessments (mandatory, on campus or remote)
Formative e-assessments
< 20
20-50
50-150
>150
n.a.
formative online-assessments (non mandatory online self-tests, on campus or remote)
live-feedback with audience response system in lecture hall
use of e-portfolio (mandatory)
7. Do you practice commonly any scenario of e-assessment not listed above at your university?
Please describe the scenario and/or technical solution.
Your answer
8. What do you think about the future potential of the given scenarios from your perspective? Are they increasing in usage, staying on the level of today or is it a form of assessment that will decline in future?
Proctored summative e-assessments / e-exams
increasing
stable
decreasing
n.a.
"on campus (students work with PC or laptop in a digital assessment system)
paper based (with subsequent scanning and digital processing of results)
remote (students are at different places when taking the online test)
individually timed e- assessments (mandatory, on campus or remote)
Formative e-assessments
increasing
stable
decreasing
n.a.
formative online-assessments (non mandatory online self-tests, on campus or remote)
live-feedback with audience response system in lecture hall
use of e-portfolio (mandatory)
9. Do you have any remarks, comments, additional input? They are very welcome!
Your answer
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