After 1 February 2012 all ordinary written, campus-based examinations at the Faculty of Science will be computerized.
The examination will be carried on your own computer unless otherwise indicated in the course description or advised during the course. Consequently, in the future you must bring and use your own computer when taking part in written, campus-based examinations.
At the examinations The University of Southern Denmark’s code of practice for using computers at written campus-based examinations applies.
Well before your first examination after 1 February 2012, you must test your computer when it comes to access to the university’s new cordless network, eduroam. To read more about how to prepare your computer for eduroam, please select the following link: http://wifi.sdu.dk/.
If you ascertain that your computer cannot connect to eduroam, you may contact the service desk for assistance. Please contact the service desk (IT-service) by e-mail email@example.com or phone: 6550 2990.
In connection with the introduction of computerized examination, the University of Southern Denmark has drawn up a code of good examination behaviour. This code has been drawn up to give you a clear indication of the university’s expectations of you before, during and after an examination.
Based on the introduction of computerized examinations, the Science Study Board has furthermore changed the general curriculum which applies to all programmes at the Faculty of Science. The curriculum will take effect as per 1 February 2012 – please read more by selecting the following link: General curriculum for the bachelor and master programmes at the Faculty of Science (not available in English).
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