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13 November 2020

The University has made the decision to move all remaining Semester Two examinations online (with some exceptions).

Online examinations will be held from Saturday 14 November, through to the end of the examination period on Saturday 21 November, and applies to all University of Auckland students, regardless of which campus they attend. All campuses will remain open during this period, and staff can work on campus as normal.

There will be limited exceptions to online exams, for exams that need to be held on campus and in person for reasons such as performance assessments (e.g., music and dance), and professional accreditation requirements. All students in this category will be contacted directly with instructions. 

  • Scheduled exams start times will remain the same, but the online exams will run for an additional 30 minutes to allow for reading time and for starting and submitting exams.
  • Students will be able to login to Canvas and go to their course page for more information. If they have any concerns about this move to online exams, they would be able to contact AskAuckland for guidance.

Read the full article about online exams arrangements for the rest of Semester Two on the University website.

 

3 November 2020

Read about exams contingency planning, processes and guidelines for Semester Two, 2020:

Remote teaching overview

Preparing your course for remote teaching using core university tools.

Assessments

Assessment redesign options for remote teaching including course work, tests, Canvas quizzes/assignments and exams.

Academic integrity

Information about promoting academic integrity in your courses and an academic honesty declaration for assessments.

Course content

Recording and uploading lectures using Zoom and other tools; teaching materials, copyright, and accessibility.

Engagement

Canvas tools and strategies for communication and collaboration online.

Additional resources

Recordings from Semester One workshop sessions on assessments, Zoom, Canvas, copyright, and communication online.