Multiple Choice Grading for exam4

Greetings Noids;

If anyone is utilizing the CSV of the multiple choice feature of the Exam4
software ; I would appreciate hearing about what you are using to manipulate
the csv to come up with the scores.

I have a template that Greg made me but it requires a bit more twaking for
each exam on part of the registrar than they are willing to do..

Any advice will be greatly appreciated..

Kasra

Kasra Hafezi
Information Technology Director
St. John's University
School of Law
New York, NY

Exam4

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RE: Exam4

We have been using Exam4 for 6+ years and have had zero problems. Their Mac native client is rock solid, as is the PC client. Alabama State Bar does not allow computer exams at this time (insert AL joke here), so that's not an issue for us.

Jeff Whitcomb
Technology Services Manager
Cumberland School of Law - Samford University
205-726-4662
jmwhitco samford edu

P Think before you print

From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of David Burch
Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2010 2:22 PM
To: Teknoids
Subject: [teknoids] Exam4

We are looking into using Exam4 for our final exam software. I would appreciate if anyone currently using (or who formerly used) the product could contact me and tell me of your experiences.

David Burch
Head of Library Computing Services
Loyola Law School
919 S. Albany St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
213-736-1115
David.Burch@lls.edu

RE: Exam4

I also agree with Jeff on EXAM4, we have been using it now for about 3.5 years, and it runs virtually with no problems.

Munir Daw
Technical Manager
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
Detroit, MI, USA

----- Original Message -----
From: "Whitcomb, Jeff"
Date: Friday, April 16, 2010 2:45 pm
Subject: RE: [teknoids] Exam4
To: Teknoids

> We have been using Exam4 for 6+ years and have had zero
> problems. Their Mac native client is rock solid, as is the PC
> client. Alabama State Bar does not allow computer exams at this
> time (insert AL joke here), so that's not an issue for us.
>
> Jeff Whitcomb
> Technology Services Manager
> Cumberland School of Law - Samford University
> 205-726-4662
> jmwhitco samford edu
>
> P Think before you print
>
> From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-
> bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of David Burch
> Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2010 2:22 PM
> To: Teknoids
> Subject: [teknoids] Exam4
>
> We are looking into using Exam4 for our final exam software. I
> would appreciate if anyone currently using (or who formerly
> used) the product could contact me and tell me of your experiences.
>
> David Burch
> Head of Library Computing Services
> Loyola Law School
> 919 S. Albany St.
> Los Angeles, CA 90015
> 213-736-1115
> David.Burch@lls.edu
>

RE: RE: Exam4

We've just finished our first year of exams using Exam4, and have found it to be very reliable as well, both on the Windows and Mac side of things (about 40% of our students have Mac's).

The only problem we encountered was a couple of computers rebooting the Wednesday morning after Microsoft's patch Tuesday a few weeks ago. This is more an administrative issue than technical problem though... We will now make sure that everyone running windows, runs windows update before launching Exam4 for a couple of days after each "patch Tuesday" that falls during an exam period.

Rich McCue
University of Victoria
Faculty of Law

From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Munir Daw
Sent: Monday, April 26, 2010 11:25 AM
To: Teknoids
Subject: Re: RE: [teknoids] Exam4

I also agree with Jeff on EXAM4, we have been using it now for about 3.5 years, and it runs virtually with no problems.

Munir Daw
Technical Manager
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
Detroit, MI, USA

----- Original Message -----
From: "Whitcomb, Jeff"
Date: Friday, April 16, 2010 2:45 pm
Subject: RE: [teknoids] Exam4
To: Teknoids

> We have been using Exam4 for 6+ years and have had zero
> problems. Their Mac native client is rock solid, as is the PC
> client. Alabama State Bar does not allow computer exams at this
> time (insert AL joke here), so that's not an issue for us.
>
> Jeff Whitcomb
> Technology Services Manager
> Cumberland School of Law - Samford University
> 205-726-4662
> jmwhitco samford edu
>
> P Think before you print
>
> From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-
> bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of David Burch
> Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2010 2:22 PM
> To: Teknoids
> Subject: [teknoids] Exam4
>
> We are looking into using Exam4 for our final exam software. I
> would appreciate if anyone currently using (or who formerly
> used) the product could contact me and tell me of your experiences.
>
> David Burch
> Head of Library Computing Services
> Loyola Law School
> 919 S. Albany St.
> Los Angeles, CA 90015
> 213-736-1115
> David.Burch@lls.edu
>

RE: RE: Exam4

Our policy states students should temporarily disable Automatic Windows updates, and Sleep mode. Getting students to do this, however, is about as painless as a root canal. We try to stress the importance, since exams cover 2-3 weeks that the likelihood that you will encounter a M$ Tuesday, or worse, "out of band" patch is good.

Jeff Whitcomb
Technology Services Manager
Cumberland School of Law - Samford University
205-726-4662
jmwhitco samford edu

P Think before you print

From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Rich McCue
Sent: Monday, April 26, 2010 1:35 PM
To: Teknoids
Subject: RE: RE: [teknoids] Exam4

We've just finished our first year of exams using Exam4, and have found it to be very reliable as well, both on the Windows and Mac side of things (about 40% of our students have Mac's).

The only problem we encountered was a couple of computers rebooting the Wednesday morning after Microsoft's patch Tuesday a few weeks ago. This is more an administrative issue than technical problem though... We will now make sure that everyone running windows, runs windows update before launching Exam4 for a couple of days after each "patch Tuesday" that falls during an exam period.

Rich McCue
University of Victoria
Faculty of Law

From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Munir Daw
Sent: Monday, April 26, 2010 11:25 AM
To: Teknoids
Subject: Re: RE: [teknoids] Exam4

I also agree with Jeff on EXAM4, we have been using it now for about 3.5 years, and it runs virtually with no problems.

Munir Daw
Technical Manager
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
Detroit, MI, USA

----- Original Message -----
From: "Whitcomb, Jeff"
Date: Friday, April 16, 2010 2:45 pm
Subject: RE: [teknoids] Exam4
To: Teknoids

> We have been using Exam4 for 6+ years and have had zero
> problems. Their Mac native client is rock solid, as is the PC
> client. Alabama State Bar does not allow computer exams at this
> time (insert AL joke here), so that's not an issue for us.
>
> Jeff Whitcomb
> Technology Services Manager
> Cumberland School of Law - Samford University
> 205-726-4662
> jmwhitco samford edu
>
> P Think before you print
>
> From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-
> bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of David Burch
> Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2010 2:22 PM
> To: Teknoids
> Subject: [teknoids] Exam4
>
> We are looking into using Exam4 for our final exam software. I
> would appreciate if anyone currently using (or who formerly
> used) the product could contact me and tell me of your experiences.
>
> David Burch
> Head of Library Computing Services
> Loyola Law School
> 919 S. Albany St.
> Los Angeles, CA 90015
> 213-736-1115
> David.Burch@lls.edu
>

RE: Exam4

This is our first full year of using Exam4 at the U. Washington Law School, having switched from ExamSoft. As far as I can tell it has been as solid as we could've hoped. I say "as far as I can tell" because we've heard zero complaints about it here in the IT department. Academic Services administers the exams and the first support point is Extegrity. At the end of last quarter we did have Extegrity contact us for help in supporting a student, but that was simply because they needed a local pair of hands and eyes to troubleshoot.

The one thing we do is provide a server to run the ExamReceiver portion of the software (to support the electronic submission of the exams). That's set up to drop the exams in Academic Services' departmental fileshare where they can access them to open and print them for the faculty. Honestly, I usually forget that it's exam week until about halfway through - that's how reliable the ExamReceiver piece has proven to be.

All this, plus no more complaints about lack of Mac support. (I do not consider ExamSoft telling people to install Windows in BootCamp to run their software to be "support".)

-> Thayer

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Thayer York - CompTIA Security+, MCSE: Security
System Administrator
Computing Services - University of Washington School of Law

From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of David Burch
Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2010 12:22 PM
To: Teknoids
Subject: [teknoids] Exam4

We are looking into using Exam4 for our final exam software. I would appreciate if anyone currently using (or who formerly used) the product could contact me and tell me of your experiences.

David Burch
Head of Library Computing Services
Loyola Law School
919 S. Albany St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
213-736-1115
David.Burch@lls.edu

Exam4

Hello David,

I'm Joe Leitsch the Technology Specialist at the Univerist of Louisville School of Law. We've been using Exam4 here for the past 2.5 years. We really like the product. Exam4 has been rock solid for us.

Overall our students have very few issues with the software. The software is pretty easy to use and intuitive for people who are just looking at it for the first time. We do a training session with the first years in their legal research class and that is it. We don't get usage questions after that.

Extegrity offers very good support for their product. So far they've been able to resolve any issues we've had in a day or 2.

I think the weakest link in the software is the exam receiver program. We currently have it running on a windows XP machine that saves the files on our file server. Extegrity does not recommend running the receiver on a server running IIS, which ours is running.

If you have any specific questions, please feel free to contact me.

Joe Leitsch
Technology Specialist
University of Louisville
Louis D. Brandeis School of Law
joe.leitsch@louisville.edu

>>> David Burch <David.Burch@lls.edu> 4/13/2010 3:22 PM >>>
We are looking into using Exam4 for our final exam software. I would appreciate if anyone currently using (or who formerly used) the product could contact me and tell me of your experiences.

David Burch
Head of Library Computing Services
Loyola Law School
919 S. Albany St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
213-736-1115
David.Burch@lls.edu

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database software

One of our law faculty has me looking for a database application geared towards research & scholarship among colleagues collaborating at different institutions.
The fields in the database would most likely be mainly text, though possibly some dates, $$, and images...
Must be easy to use by people who aren't familiar with database creation.
Best case would be something web-based and free, but willing to pay for a good product. It would also be great if it could import and export Excel spreadsheets.
I am familiar with Zoho Creator http://www.zoho.com/creator/ and DabbleDB http://dabbledb.com . The professor and his colleagues definitely do NOT want to use Microsoft Access.
Can anyone recommend other products to consider?
Thanks very much.
Susanna Leers
eResearch & Technology Services Librarian
Barco Law Library
University of Pittsburgh School of Law
412 648-1329

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Susanna Leers

database software

What about Google Docs?

Tracey

Leers, Susanna wrote:
> One of our law faculty has me looking for a database application geared towards research & scholarship among colleagues collaborating at different institutions.
> The fields in the database would most likely be mainly text, though possibly some dates, $$, and images...
> Must be easy to use by people who aren't familiar with database creation.
> Best case would be something web-based and free, but willing to pay for a good product. It would also be great if it could import and export Excel spreadsheets.
> I am familiar with Zoho Creator http://www.zoho.com/creator/ and DabbleDB http://dabbledb.com . The professor and his colleagues definitely do NOT want to use Microsoft Access.
> Can anyone recommend other products to consider?
> Thanks very much.
> Susanna Leers
> eResearch & Technology Services Librarian
> Barco Law Library
> University of Pittsburgh School of Law
> 412 648-1329
>
>
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database software

Take a look at quickbase ( http://quickbase.intuit.com/ ). We've used it for many different applications and have been happy with it.

-J

On 4/14/10 8:11 AM, "Tracey McCartney" <tracey@fairhousing.com> wrote:

What about Google Docs?

Tracey

Leers, Susanna wrote:
> One of our law faculty has me looking for a database application geared towards research & scholarship among colleagues collaborating at different institutions.
> The fields in the database would most likely be mainly text, though possibly some dates, $$, and images...
> Must be easy to use by people who aren't familiar with database creation.
> Best case would be something web-based and free, but willing to pay for a good product. It would also be great if it could import and export Excel spreadsheets.
> I am familiar with Zoho Creator http://www.zoho.com/creator/ and DabbleDB http://dabbledb.com . The professor and his colleagues definitely do NOT want to use Microsoft Access.
> Can anyone recommend other products to consider?
> Thanks very much.
> Susanna Leers
> eResearch & Technology Services Librarian
> Barco Law Library
> University of Pittsburgh School of Law
> 412 648-1329
>
>
>
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graphics program

Does anyone know of a graphics program (for Windows) that permits developing screens with text, boxes, arrows, overlapping circles, etc. in a less slick form than PowerPoint produces? I'd like to do these class presentations with a little more personal feel--a kind of hand-drawn and hand-lettered look. I've seen some commercial productions that manage that, probably produced by artists who do the drawing and lettering. I'm wondering if there is software somewhere that might be able to put similar stuff within the range of those of us who are not artists. If you have thoughts about this (perhaps odd) request, please let me know.

Bill
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graphics program

Inkscape has some pretty advanced calligraphy tools that should give you that hand-drawn look:
http://www.inkscape.org/doc/calligraphy/tutorial-calligraphy.html

-Richard Abbott
Rabbit@shaw.ca
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graphics program

Couple of ideas...

Google Drawings...
http://techcrunch.com/2010/04/12/google-docs-realtime-google-drawings/

Pros
- easy to use
- simple
- can collaborate in realtime with others

Cons
- probably doesn't have that "written by hand" feel you want
- very simple tool set (can be a "pro"), but limits your options as
you get better at using the tool

I have heard good things about Gliffy (http://www.gliffy.com/), but
not used it much myself.

Same for DrawAnywhere... (http://www.drawanywhere.com).

So much of drawing programs is personal taste and how much time yu
want to put into learning the interface.

Luck,
John

On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 1:27 PM, William R. Andersen
<ander@u.washington.edu> wrote:
> Friends:
>
>
>
> Does anyone know of a graphics program (for Windows) that permits developing
> screens with text, boxes, arrows, overlapping circles, etc. in a less slick
> form than PowerPoint produces?  I'd like to do these class presentations
> with a little more personal feel--a kind of hand-drawn and hand-lettered
> look.  I've seen some commercial productions that manage that, probably
> produced by artists who do the drawing and lettering.  I'm wondering if
> there is software somewhere that might be able to put similar stuff within
> the range of those of us who are not artists.  If you have thoughts about
> this (perhaps odd) request, please let me know.
>
>
>
> Bill
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> William R. Andersen
>
> Judson Falknor Professor of Law Emeritus
>
> University of Washington Law School
>
> 206/543-9385
>
> ander@u.washington.edu
>
> William H Gates Hall
>
> Box 353020, Seattle, WA 98195
>
> FAX 206/543-5671
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RE: Exam4

No experience with Exam4, although I have not heard any negatives about it. My suggestion is to see what product your state is using for the Bar Exam and follow their lead. We switched from SecureExam to ExamSoft several years ago, because Texas began using ExamSoft for the bar exam. It helps the students when they are familiar with the software being used by the State Bar, having used it all through Law School. ExamSoft is also a great product with great customer support.

Daniel T. Dean MCSE
Technology Support, Procurement, and Asset Management
Texas Tech University School of Law
Law Library and Computing

From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of David Burch
Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2010 2:22 PM
To: Teknoids
Subject: [teknoids] Exam4

We are looking into using Exam4 for our final exam software. I would appreciate if anyone currently using (or who formerly used) the product could contact me and tell me of your experiences.

David Burch
Head of Library Computing Services
Loyola Law School
919 S. Albany St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
213-736-1115
David.Burch@lls.edu

Exam4

On 4/13/2010 3:36 PM, Dean, Daniel wrote:
> My suggestion is to see what product your state is using
> for the Bar Exam and follow their lead.

This is why we switched from Extegrity (Exam4) to Examsoft (Softest) a
few years ago. I have nothing bad at all to say about Extegrity; working
with Greg Sarab was great, and we probably still would be, had it not
been for the decision of the Oklahoma Board of Bar Examiners.

James

James P. Callison, MCP+I, MCSE
Network Administrator/Webmaster
The University of Oklahoma Law Center ITS
callison@www.law.ou.edu
There've been many time I really should have died,
But somehow I survived all my mistakes
They say it make you stronger
So why does it take longer getting up these days?

Exam4

That's the same reason that we are strongly leaning towards ExamSoft. It
will be interesting to see how ExamSoft's Mac client pans out. That is a
very important factor in our final decision.
Bruce

Exam4

Good Morning All,

In light of Barmageddon (even though we’ve never had any problems with ExamSoft) we have a meeting with Exam4 today. I’m coming at it with an open mind, and it may even make sense to switch if everything looks good since the Kentucky Bar uses it now. Are any of you using it now? If so, what are your thoughts?

Thanks,

Calvin

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RE: Exam4

We've been using it for at least ten years with outstanding results. Any issues we've encountered have been relatively minor and quickly addressed by Extegrity. Greg Sarab has always been great to work with and listens to customer feedback and suggestions for enhancements in the product. Exam Receiver is low-footprint and requires almost no maintenance aside from minor upgrades as new functions are available.

Jason Bradley | Manager, IT (Law School) | Vanderbilt Information Technology | 615.875.9428

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Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2014 8:10 AM
To: Teknoids
Subject: [teknoids] Exam4

Good Morning All,

In light of Barmageddon (even though we've never had any problems with ExamSoft) we have a meeting with Exam4 today. I'm coming at it with an open mind, and it may even make sense to switch if everything looks good since the Kentucky Bar uses it now. Are any of you using it now? If so, what are your thoughts?

Thanks,

Calvin

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Exam4

Thanks for all the feedback, no one has had anything negative to say at all. We will be getting a demo setup shortly and if I have any questions I may be back!

Calvin

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On Aug 13, 2014, at 7:35 AM, Bradley, Jason <jason.bradley@vanderbilt.edu> wrote:

We’ve been using it for at least ten years with outstanding results. Any issues we’ve encountered have been relatively minor and quickly addressed by Extegrity. Greg Sarab has always been great to work with and listens to customer feedback and suggestions for enhancements in the product. Exam Receiver is low-footprint and requires almost no maintenance aside from minor upgrades as new functions are available.

Jason Bradley | Manager, IT (Law School) | Vanderbilt Information Technology | 615.875.9428

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Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2014 8:10 AM
To: Teknoids
Subject: [teknoids] Exam4

Good Morning All,

In light of Barmageddon (even though we’ve never had any problems with ExamSoft) we have a meeting with Exam4 today. I’m coming at it with an open mind, and it may even make sense to switch if everything looks good since the Kentucky Bar uses it now. Are any of you using it now? If so, what are your thoughts?

Thanks,

Calvin

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RE: Exam4

We've been using Exam4 at the University of Washington Law School for years. We initially switched to it because, at the time, ExamSoft didn't support OS X.

The experience has been fantastic. I believe from a student perspective it has been very stable, although first tier support is provided by Extegrity so we only see them if there's an issue Extegrity support needs help with on the ground. To my memory that has happened only a few times over the years and usually had to do with laptop hardware failure.

>From our (IT) perspective, it's also been excellent. We run the Exam4 Receiver service on one of our servers, but the only time I've ever needed to interact with it is when I needed to move it to a different server. The only impact it has on daily operations is that I need to verify that no exams are going on before I restart the server for updates. Their support team for the administrative side is top notch.

-> Thayer

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System Administrator
Technology Services - University of Washington School of Law

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Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2014 6:10 AM
To: Teknoids
Subject: [teknoids] Exam4

Good Morning All,

In light of Barmageddon (even though we've never had any problems with ExamSoft) we have a meeting with Exam4 today. I'm coming at it with an open mind, and it may even make sense to switch if everything looks good since the Kentucky Bar uses it now. Are any of you using it now? If so, what are your thoughts?

Thanks,

Calvin

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RE: Exam4

I have been a happy customer at two law schools since 1998. Low hassle, low maintenance, and it just works. Feel free to contact me for more specific information.

Eric Kistler
Head of Technical Services
Ehrhorn Law Library

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From: Groves, Calvin B [mailto:calvin.groves@uky.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2014 9:10 AM
To: Teknoids
Subject: [teknoids] Exam4

Good Morning All,

In light of Barmageddon (even though we've never had any problems with ExamSoft) we have a meeting with Exam4 today. I'm coming at it with an open mind, and it may even make sense to switch if everything looks good since the Kentucky Bar uses it now. Are any of you using it now? If so, what are your thoughts?

Thanks,

Calvin

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Exam4

Calvin,
We have been using Exam4 since 2007 and are very happy with the product and
the most excellent customer support.
Megan Allen
Head of Technology Initiatives | Case Western Reserve University School
of Law
Judge Ben C. Green Law Library | 11075 East Blvd. | Cleveland, OH 44116
Office: 216-368-5223 | Fax: 216-368-5223 | megan.allen@case.edu
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On Tue, Aug 12, 2014 at 9:09 AM, Groves, Calvin B <calvin.groves@uky.edu>
wrote:

> Good Morning All,
>
> In light of Barmageddon (even though we've never had any problems with
> ExamSoft) we have a meeting with Exam4 today. I'm coming at it with an open
> mind, and it may even make sense to switch if everything looks good since
> the Kentucky Bar uses it now. Are any of you using it now? If so, what are
> your thoughts?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Calvin
>
> --
> *Calvin Groves*
> Director of Information Technology | University of Kentucky College of Law
> calvin.groves@uky.edu :: 859.257.8047 :: http://www.law.uky.edu/
>
>
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Exam4

Thanks!

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On Aug 12, 2014, at 10:19 AM, Megan Allen <mja5@case.edu> wrote:

Calvin,
We have been using Exam4 since 2007 and are very happy with the product and the most excellent customer support.
Megan Allen
Head of Technology Initiatives | Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Judge Ben C. Green Law Library | 11075 East Blvd. | Cleveland, OH 44116
Office: 216-368-5223 | Fax: 216-368-5223 | megan.allen@case.edu
http://law.case.edu/library | Stay connected to the Library on Facebook

On Tue, Aug 12, 2014 at 9:09 AM, Groves, Calvin B <calvin.groves@uky.edu> wrote:
Good Morning All,

In light of Barmageddon (even though we’ve never had any problems with ExamSoft) we have a meeting with Exam4 today. I’m coming at it with an open mind, and it may even make sense to switch if everything looks good since the Kentucky Bar uses it now. Are any of you using it now? If so, what are your thoughts?

Thanks,

Calvin

--
Calvin Groves
Director of Information Technology | University of Kentucky College of Law
calvin.groves@uky.edu :: 859.257.8047 :: http://www.law.uky.edu/

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RE: Exam4

We use Exam4 at Cumberland School of Law. I have helped with exams for many years and haven't encountered too many problems. I have found Exam4's product and customer service to be extremely good. I believe you would be much happier with Exam4.

Grace

Grace L. Simms
Information Technology Librarian
Beeson Law Library
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glsimms@samford.edu
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From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Groves, Calvin B
Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2014 8:10 AM
To: Teknoids
Subject: [teknoids] Exam4

Good Morning All,

In light of Barmageddon (even though we've never had any problems with ExamSoft) we have a meeting with Exam4 today. I'm coming at it with an open mind, and it may even make sense to switch if everything looks good since the Kentucky Bar uses it now. Are any of you using it now? If so, what are your thoughts?

Thanks,

Calvin

--
Calvin Groves
Director of Information Technology | University of Kentucky College of Law
calvin.groves@uky.edu :: 859.257.8047 :: http://www.law.uky.edu/

RE: Exam4

Thanks!

--
Calvin Groves
Director of Information Technology | University of Kentucky College of Law
calvin.groves@uky.edu :: 859.257.8047 :: http://www.law.uky.edu/

On Aug 12, 2014, at 10:13 AM, Simms, Grace <glsimms@samford.edu> wrote:

We use Exam4 at Cumberland School of Law. I have helped with exams for many years and haven’t encountered too many problems. I have found Exam4’s product and customer service to be extremely good. I believe you would be much happier with Exam4.

Grace

Grace L. Simms
Information Technology Librarian
Beeson Law Library
205-726-2687 | office
glsimms@samford.edu
http://lawlib.samford.edu
800 Lakeshore Drive, Birmingham, AL 35229

From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Groves, Calvin B
Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2014 8:10 AM
To: Teknoids
Subject: [teknoids] Exam4

Good Morning All,

In light of Barmageddon (even though we’ve never had any problems with ExamSoft) we have a meeting with Exam4 today. I’m coming at it with an open mind, and it may even make sense to switch if everything looks good since the Kentucky Bar uses it now. Are any of you using it now? If so, what are your thoughts?

Thanks,

Calvin

--
Calvin Groves
Director of Information Technology | University of Kentucky College of Law
calvin.groves@uky.edu :: 859.257.8047 :: http://www.law.uky.edu/

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Exam4

Dave, I have been using it for three years and and could not be happier with
it. We used to use Securexam but there is no comparison, it works on any OS
with ease, no crash , no service, no MS Word, no worries.

Kasra

Director

Information Technology

St. John’s School of Law

New York, U.S.A

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 3:22 PM, David Burch <David.Burch@lls.edu> wrote:

> We are looking into using Exam4 for our final exam software. I would
> appreciate if anyone currently using (or who formerly used) the product
> could contact me and tell me of your experiences.
>
> David Burch
> Head of Library Computing Services
> Loyola Law School
> 919 S. Albany St.
> Los Angeles, CA 90015
> 213-736-1115
> David.Burch@lls.edu
>
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Kasra Hafezi
Director , IT
St. John's University
School of Law
New York, NY U.S.A