In the midst of COVID-19, university campuses were shut down and faculty had to move their classes online. The abrupt change opened up many challenges. One of them was how to handle online exams. This paper recounted how one instructor had managed the exams online. The paper presents this experience from an action research perspective. At the core is the narrative that captures the exam design process, the tools used, and the proctoring setup. The results are based on the interpretation of the phenomenon through a lens of the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT). The insights reveal some qualitative evidence to support relevant factors in UTAUT.
Huynh, Minh Q.
"ADMINISTERING ONLINE EXAMS FROM HESITANTLY TO INNOVATIVELY - A PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE THROUGH AN ACTION RESEARCH,"
Southwestern Business Administration Journal: Vol. 19
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.tsu.edu/sbaj/vol19/iss1/6
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