Welcome to Inspera Seminar Nordics; the first event with 100% focus on our Nordic customers.
On this page we have gathered all information you should need about this seminar.
Table of content
When: lunch to lunch September 28th-29th
Where: Cort Adelers gate 30, 0254 Oslo (Insperas Head Quarter)
What to expect:
Welcome & household rules
|Magnus Rittnor and Linda Jerdenius|
Introduction to Annual cycle
|Magnus Rittnor||Regardless if your goal is to run 15 or 1500 tests per month, looking at the activities associated with digital exams will help you set up a road map with milestones that carry the plan forward.|
Workflow during exam periods
|Workshop - introduced by Linda Jerdenius||How can Inspera help you help students during the stressful time of an exam? Which routines need to be in place? How can we manage activities more efficiently?|
Assessment paths -
All roads lead to Rome?
|Freya Egan (Inspera)||An introduction to and update on the work being done to manage connecting a selection of tests.|
|03:30 PM||Statistics||Matthías Sigurður Magnússon (HI)||
Extracting data from JSON files and presenting all the details from various perspectives.
Configurations in Inspera Assessment
|Workshop - introduced by Linda Jerdenius||Which settings, functions and buttons does your organisation need? This workshop is for sharing experiences on useful functions. We will provide you with a list of configurations that you currently have.|
|05:00 - ~07.00 PM||Bubbly & Bites||We round off the day with (sparkling) beverages and hors d'oeuvres. Take the chance to mingle with participants from other universities.|
Get started and grow -
and meet Service Desk
|Sam McKenzie (Inspera)||Useful and inspiring ideas on how to implement Inspera. Also some ideas on how to increase usage e.g. new departments or other types of assessments.|
|09:30 AM||Creating inspiring questions||Workshop - introduced by Magnus Rittnor||How can we better assess our students. Work together to set up a question in Inspera.|
|10:30 AM||Exam Reviews||Matthías Sigurður Magnússon (HI)||Holding an exam review as an automated slideshow.|
|11:00 AM||Candidate report||Linda Jerdenius|
|11:45 AM||Annual Cycle - putting it all together||Workshop - introduced by Magnus Rittnor||
Compile the content, ideas, thoughts covered during the seminar into an annual cycle to support planning for the coming year/s.
|12:20 PM||Close of seminar|
Practical information for your stay in Oslo
Should you end up lost or too far from where you were headed and you need transportation to get back, take a bus or tram. You find route maps and tickets on Ruter#.
For those of you who are younger and/or have better health insurance, there is the option of a e-scooter. Oslo municipality has awarded Bolt, TIER Mobility and Voi Technology the tender to provide shared e-scooter services in the Norwegian capital. You find scooting information on Voi's webbsite.
We will do out best to keep your stomachs happy during the course of the seminar but if you arrive on Tuesday and/or would like to dine out Wednesday evening, we have these suggestions:
Sumo restaurants - offers an exciting, Asian-inspired menu, #PlayfulAsianFusion
Via Village - a foodcourt concept which offers a variety of cuisines and dishes
We are happy to see that so many of you will take time out of your busy schedules to join us in Oslo. There will be about 75 participants from Norway, Sweden and Iceland. In the table you will see which university / municipality / organisation that are represented.
|2||Blekinge Tekniska Högskola|
|5||Høgskolen i Molde / Molde University College|
|17||Universitetet i Bergen|
|18||Universitetet i Stavanger|
|19||University of Akureyri|
|20||University of Gothenburg|
|21||University of Iceland|
|22||University of Oslo|