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LISA 2001 Abstract

Lexis EXam Invigilation System

Mike Wyer and Susan Eisenbach, Imperial College


Computers have made their way into the classroom and lecture hall. Overhead projectors, blackboards, and whiteboards are being displaced by smartboards and computer based multimedia presentations. Students with laptops are a common sight and many courses have their lecture notes on the web. Students are studying programming, web-site design, computer graphics, and many other practical disciplines, yet these courses are still being assessed with traditional pen and paper examinations.
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