2023
DOI: 10.4204/eptcs.382.2
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Computer Aided Design and Grading for an Electronic Functional Programming Exam

Ole Lübke,
Konrad Fuger,
Fin Hendrik Bahnsen
et al.

Abstract: Electronic exams (e-exams) have the potential to substantially reduce the effort required for conducting an exam through automation. Yet, care must be taken to sacrifice neither task complexity nor constructive alignment nor grading fairness in favor of automation. To advance automation in the design and fair grading of (functional programming) e-exams, we introduce the following: A novel algorithm to check Proof Puzzles based on finding correct sequences of proof lines that improves fairness compared to an ex… Show more

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