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Digital exam monitoring

In some programmes, students will be expected to write exams remotely via some digital tool, such as Inspera or Canvas. During a remote exam, it’s possible that you might be monitored by exam supervisors via a video tool, usually Zoom.

It’s always important to prepare yourself for an exam, but if the exam is digital and perhaps also carried out remotely, preparation is extra important. If you click on the links below, you will find information about what remote exam monitoring can look like at Lund University and how you might need to prepare yourself. But remember that the exams can be set up differently in different programmes and that it’s always important to double check with the course administrator or teacher of your own course. 

Information about how to prepare yourself for a digitally supervised exam

FAQ about rules for digital monitoring

You can find information about how the different digital tools work in an exam situation under Digital tools in the bar menu. There, you will also find a checklist for what you need to think about before a digital exam.

If you have a disability, you might have the right to extra support during an exam, even if it's written remotely. You can find more information about what applies to you if you have the right to learning support during a digital exam on the link below.

Information about learning support