I am teaching a Calculus class with around 30 students. The classroom is about 100 m^2.
So far I have been using myopenmath.com to assign homework problems to my students. Now I would like to deliver the Mid-term examination via myopenmath.com.
The set-up in my mind is as follows: the students will bring their own devices into class and access myopenmath.com to get the exam problems. The exam is an open-book exam, but the students are not allowed to receive support from anyone else. I’ll wander around the class and supervise the exam.
My question: do we have any kind of technology to support this exam so that it minimises the chance of trying to cheat from the students?
My problem is that I have to run the exam on my own, without any support from the university. Of course, the traditional examination form (written exam) might help to prevent academic misconduct. But I love the advantage of myopenmath.com in providing immediate feedback and creating randomized questions.