The Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow has reached for a world-class solution for digital assessment of students – the Inspera platform. Thus, the Jagiellonian University joins the elite group of universities, led by Oxford University, which use Inspera in their daily practice to plan and organize online exams. PCG Academia, exclusive partner and representative of Inspera in Poland, is responsible for efficient implementation of Inspera in Jagiellonian University and integration of the platform with systems used at the University.

For years the Jagiellonian University’s Faculty of Law and Administration has been among the best law faculties in Poland. In February of this year, the Faculty implemented the Blackboard Learn Ultra platform, which today constitutes the basis for the organization of online learning at the Faculty. The implementation of Inspera is the next step towards providing University students with the highest quality remote learning. As part of the implementation, PCG Academia will integrate Inspera with Blackboard, which will complement the integration of Blackboard with the USOS student information system. This will enable seamless transfer of student data and exam results between all three solutions.

Inspera is a system designed to deliver large numbers of exams efficiently and securely – onsite and remotely. Developed in partnership with Cambridge Assessment International Education in the UK, Inspera enables the digitization of all aspects of the examination process of students in higher education. From planning to designing to grading, Inspera guides its users through the online exam process step-by-step. The system is delivered to universities as a service (SaaS model) and is continuously being developed and enriched with new functionalities.

In 2020, in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Inspera designed and launched a new module – Inspera Smarter Proctoring. This module allows students to take exams online without being physically present at the university. The application records audio, video, and desktop of the computer on which the exam is being taken, and then, using artificial intelligence (AI) mechanisms, identifies undesirable behavior and flags it for review by the lecturer.

Inspera is used by universities located in 19 countries around the world, which conduct about 5 million exams a year. In Poland Inspera is used by, among others, Kozminski University and WSB University in Dąbrowa Górnicza.

We encourage you to watch a video demonstration of the Inspera platform and contact PCG Academia for a quote tailored to your university’s needs and capabilities.