It is always good to be talking to the source!
In fact, I had a look at SEB a long time ago, then BYOD was not a topic. In our computer labs SEB worked well. Then there was a long pause, now both topics have arrived in one package.
Anyway, back to what you wrote:
> That’s nonsense.
What exactly is the nonsense. I touched quite a few points in my post. They all can't be nonsense. They made perfect sense to me.
> People concentrating only on the possible technical means of cheating when doing exams on electronic devices
Are you talking about me? If you've read my post, you would have seen that I am not. Read,
>> As far as BYOD goes, either you stand behind the candidates during the exam or go to expensive proprietary supplier of a proctoring service.
> Cheating in other ways (cheat sheets, smuggle a mobile phone with Bluetooth earpiece, smart watch etc.) is much easier and you can just prevent it by a code of honesty, good proctors/invigilators in the exam hall and severe punishment when a student gets caught cheating.
Did I say something different?
> SEB is mostly used for exams on student owned devices, by estimate approximately 80% of all of the estimated 2-3 million single exams performed using SEB per year worldwide.
That is surprising. I should look at SEB in connection with BYOD one of these days. But honestly, with BOYD alone we have plenty of headaches that I am not too inclined to try new things out in the near future. Sorry!
P.S. Saw your other post https://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=361974&parent=1523205
. It has sufficient information for me. Thanks!