The current situation with the spread of a serious disease worldwide has caused a number of universities and schools to move courses to an online model where students don't meet face to face in large groups.
The problem of evaluating students then arises, and traditional tests are ill suited for an online model as it is much harder to monitor them or assure validity.
Ideally, any evaluation method should foster learning, not just memorization, so traditional testing has its own downside. Perhaps the current emergency can result in finding better evaluation methods that are also amenable to use online, as well as in traditional classrooms.
Have you used innovative evaluation methods - beyond testing - that foster good learning and proper student habits but which can be adapted to courses that don't meet face to face for instruction or testing? Can you describe what you do.
My own preference has long been to replace traditional tests in ordinary classrooms, and especially high risk, anxiety inducing, tests with small group and pair projects. This was combined with peer evaluation. In the current situation, it might be acceptable for students to meet in pairs or small groups with less risk than meeting in larger groups. But, it would probably have to be done in a way that meeting face to face is optional.