New edition of Inspera Seminar 2021 coming this month3 September 2021 2 min reading
Inspera is back with another edition of its flagship conference – Inspera Seminar 2021. This international event will take place online on September 21-23.
The conference will focus on a topic in which Inspera has no equal, that is digital assessment. At the Inspera Seminar 2021 you will learn about the latest trends and effective technological solutions related to electronic examination. We especially recommend a session on the best assessment practices and processes presented by Dr. Sam McKenzie, Teaching and Learning Project Manager at the Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation at the University of Queensland.
Inspera Seminar 2021 will be also a platform for universities from different countries and with different profiles to share their own experiences in the field of remote and stationary digital examination. Moreover, the conference is a great opportunity for direct contact with representatives of the Inspera company. After each session, you will of course be able to ask questions, but you can also send them in advance to email@example.com.
The varied conference program includes sessions on such topics as:
- Inspera Roadmap – What improvements to Inspera can you expect?
- Smarter Proctoring – how to ensure high integrity with remote exams?
- Inspera Chat – how staff and students can have live chat during exams?
- Student feedback – the best practices in giving feedback to the students
- workshops devoted to new tools for analytics and creating assessment paths
The full agenda for each of the three days of the conference is available on the event website: https://www.inspera.com/nspera-seminar-2021/program
To join the Inspera Seminar 2021, all you need to do is register – participation is free. In order to register for workshops, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the selected workshop.
We encourage you to register quickly as the number of participants is limited! It is worth signing up even if you won’t be able to participate on the day of the conference – recordings from each session will be shared with all registered participants.