Administering electronic quizzes and exams can be an important and time-consuming component of the paperless classroom. This paper will examine issues, as well as tools and techniques for building, distributing, and grading electronic exams. Issues include availability of facilities, control of off-campus test taking, faculty productivity, and the student learning process. Tools include a number of commercial products for use in on and off-campus situations, along with the possibility of generating in-house software.
Braun, Gerald and Crable, Elaine, "Administering Exams Electronically: Issues, Techniques, and Assessment" (1998). AMCIS 1998 Proceedings. 353.