In 2014 the eAssessment Scotland (University of Dundee) and Transforming Assessment (University of Queensland/RMIT) joint online conference featured a series of e-Exams presentations in line with the conference theme "Final answer? The question of summative assessment".
The sessions were:
Monday, 8 September - GMT 07:00 "BYOD on-campus e-exams at University of Tasmania (UTAS)" by Andrew Fluck, University of Tasmania, Australia;
Wednesday, 10 September - GMT 07:00 "Bring-your-own-laptop e-exam for a large class at NUS" by Seow Teck Keong and Jeffery Tay, National University of Singapore;
Thursday, 11 September - GMT 07:00 "Large scale fully online BYOD final exams: Not your parents multiple choice" by Rob Peregoodoff, University of British Columbia, Canada;
Friday, 12 September - GMT 07:00 "Finland's national matriculation exams goes electronic" by Matti Lattu, Matriculation Examination Board, Finland;
Tuesday, 16 September - GMT 07:00 "eOSCE - robust real time electronic marking for clinical examinations" by Sebastian Hunkeler and Dr Philippe Zimmermann, Institute of Medical Education, University of Berne, Switzerland;
Wednesday, 17 September - GMT 07:00 "Gamification of Clickers with BYOD" by Paul Lam, Chinese University of Hong Kong;
Thursday, 18 September - GMT 07:00 "Safe Exam Browser: A modular approach to secure and flexible online-exams" by Daniel R. Schneider and Tobias Halbherr, Swiss federal Institute of Technology Zurich;
Friday, 19 September - GMT 07:00 "Ten Years of e-Exams at Freie Universitat Berlin: an Overview" by Alexander Schulz and Nicolas Apostolopoulos, Free University Berlin, Germany.
Session abstracts and recordings are available http://transformingassessment.com/eAS_2014/