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The ExamSoft Assessment Conference for Nursing Educators


Over the past few years the amount of nursing education programs joining the ExamSoft family has grown exponentially — we’re thrilled that so many nursing schools are placing a priority on secure testing and the tracking student learning! In an effort to make sure all of our nursing school clients are getting the most out of
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Webinar Review – Tips on Moving Your Small Program to a Digital Assessment Process


Recently, Brad Marcum, Curriculum Systems Manager of the University of Pikeville Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine presented his thoughts on moving a smaller educational program from a paper-based to digital assessment process in his webinar, “Do More with Less: Tips on Moving Your Small Program to a Digital Assessment Process.” The webinar focused on smaller schools that
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Webinar Review – When a Closer Look at Collusion Becomes Necessary


Recently, Dr. Sherry Jimenez, Assistant Provost for Teaching Excellence and Assessment of Learning (TEAL) at Marian University, presented her webinar entitled, “When a Closer Look at Collusion Becomes Necessary” which focused on the following information: The “Fraud Triangle” (opportunity, rationalization, pressure) are the major contributors to academic dishonesty Technology has played a large role in
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Early Bird Registration Deadline for EAC 2016 Approaching


Can you believe we’re already sitting at the end of January? If this month is any indication of how the rest of the year will go, 2016 is going to fly by. Which means June, and the 2016 ExamSoft Assessment Conference is going to be here in the blink of an eye! If you’re planning
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Improve Your ROI by Using ExamSoft


Investing in new technology can be a hard sell at many institutions of higher education. You don’t have to look far to find critics who feel too much money has been invested for the lackluster results achieved. Technology has definitely changed how higher education looks, but has it lived up to the exciting promise so
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