Examples of Remote FSE Procedures in MS Teams

The MU Crisis Board recommends holding traditional in-person examinations or other presence forms of teaching for the entire spring semester 2020 only in cases of absolute necessity. Even in situations where legal regulations allow examination or teaching in-person, but the examination or teaching can also be carried out remotely, the MU Crisis Board recommends choosing a distance solution for the entire spring semester, including the examination period.

Scenerio #1, a Version without Student's Preparation

The board remains in a single room.

Scenario #1, a Version with Student's Preparation

The board remains in a single room.

Scenario #2, a Version without Student's Preparation 

The board switches between different rooms, and it is examining only one student in each room.

Participants Roles in Final State Examinations (FSE): 

  • FSE Assistant – is responsible for the technical and administrative requirements of the FSE.
    • Preparation of the FSE: she/he creates teams in MS Teams, adds members (board and students).
    • During the FSE: she/he calls the student from the "Waiting Room" to the "Board" videoconference, she/he establishes contact with the student when entering the videoconference, she/he verifies the student's identity, informs him about recording, turns on/off recording, at the end she/he removes the student from the videoconference.
    • After the FSE: she/he compiles protocols (reports) and records from the FSE.
  • FSE Helper – she/he is present in the "Waiting Room" (see below). She/he consults with the student the functionality of the connection (video, audio), he can check student's running applications (task manager) and the student's environment.
  • Board – is either present in the "Board" videoconference (scenario #1) or joins individual videoconferences on student name channels (scenario #2).
  • Thesis Supervisor/Reviewer
  • Student

We are currently preparing the implementation of the electronic statements of the final state examination and the thesis defense in the IS MU.

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