You log in using your regular UiA username and password.
Please, remember that your password needs to be renewed regularly, so make sure that your password is valid at all times. You will be notified by e-mail ( your student e-mail address) when your password is about to expire. A good test is to check that you can log in to Fronter.
If your password has expired, please contact the IT-department: ph. 38141700, email@example.com
You do not have to write your candidate number in your paper - Inspera will automatically retrieve this.
Your paper must be in pdf-format
Before handing in: Check that it is the right exam, and that you have uploaded the correct file!
Your exam will be available in the archive after the exam has ended. Before the submission deadline, you will see a confirmation of your submission, but you will not be able to see a copy of the exam before the submission deadline has expired.
Please note: If the exam is set up so that you can either work individually or in pairs/groups, the exam in Inspera will be set up as a group exam. This means that also those of you working on your own need to create a "group" (consisting only of yourself) in Inspera before submitting the exam.
Here you'll find a user guideline on how to set up groups in Inspera:
Note that you need to register the title of your thesis on Studentweb prior to the deadline for handing in your thesis. The title will appear on your diploma so it is important that the title you register is correct.
If you need a paper copy of your thesis, you can choose between the following two options:
You may print out the thesis yourself (print on both sides). Bring it to the IT services help desk (near the library). There you can make your own “hard copy” with a transparent plastic cover.
You can contact a local print shop and have them make a hard copy in accordance with the requirements as listed above.
How to register the title of your thesis on Studentweb.
Choose "my courses"
Chose course, and "edit"
Choose "show title" and enter your title and press "save".
How to convert a Word document into a PDF
Most text editors enable you to convert your document into a PDF simply by clicking "File" and then "Save as" (then choose the option PDF).
You can also convert your document into a PDF by using a CutePDF Writer. All computers here at the University of Agder have a virtual printer - CutePDF - installed. When you have opened your document in Word, select the CutePDF in the list of printer choices and click “print”. The file is then converted into a PDF. Choose a location to save the PDF, and when you are about to hand in your thesis in Fronter, upload the file from the is location. CutePDF Writer is a software program which can be downloaded for free.
How can I hide the name of the author if the examination is set up to be anonymous?
When you choose PDF as file format, you can remove the name of the author (if it shows) before saving your file.