eExams with online supervision
In-semester eExams usually don’t require online supervision. However, eExams held at the end of the teaching period (final assessments) may be supervised online depending on the assessment objectives, and whether your teaching staff (or an external accrediting body) have determined that it’s necessary to ensure that level of academic integrity.
Our eExams with supervision are conducted by Monash-trained staff through our online supervision platform – Monash eVigilation.
Update: Semester one final assessments
Following the Victorian Government's circuit-breaker lockdown, we've made the decision to conduct all semester one final assessments off-campus, with small changes to the check-in process for some supervised eExams.
Self Check-In: Most students will use this process for supervised eExams. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete your check-in and start your eExam (you won't be checked in by a supervisor).
Assisted Check-In: Some supervised eExams (e.g. those that need external accreditation) require a supervised check-in.
Steps for the two check-in processes are detailed below. The check-in process for your eExam will be in Allocate+ by close of business Friday 4 June – displayed in the Notes view.
How it works
Once you start your exam, you and your use of the applications on your computer will be video recorded. We’ll also be notified if anything unusual happens during your exam (for example, if you unexpectedly move away from your computer).
During your eExam, your Monash supervisor will have their webcam and microphone switched off, so you won’t see or hear them. If you want to speak to your online supervisor, click the Raise hand button and they’ll attend to you as soon as they can. You won’t be aware of other students being supervised, and they won’t be aware of you.