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    Self Marking Quiz / E-learning

    Anyone have a solution to make a self marking E-learning course?

    • Quiz / Activities to complete (Multi choice/Drag and Drop/Fill in Blanks/etc)
    • Results recorded for each user
    • Teacher can view results for the various tests completed
    • Easy creation on quizzes by teachers (some have poor IT skills)

    I know this topic has been discussed before, however I would like the specific features of reporting on quiz results and auto marking centrally, rather than something disjointed.

    Any Ideas??
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    Poperly implemented Moodle would do this.

    And its free!

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    Hotpotatoes - totally free. Put it on moodle and it will record the scores or else (I belive) they have their own site you can upload to as well. Quia is good too - have to pay but it was cheap last time I looked

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    @DaveP

    We have gone down the sharepoint route, however I tested moodle a while back and was impressed. I think many school's are now combining both for a winning solution. When I have my virtual servers implemented I will certainly be setting up a moodle server to test this integration out

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    Just been looking at the quia online system - looks really good, can create central classes very quickly and great reporting features. It looks very out of the box working! I think we will give this a try in the intrum of setting up a moodle box, it may be that quia offers the perm solution.

    Thanks All

    Ben

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    hot potatoes will do it

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    Just been looking at the quia online system - looks really good, can create central classes very quickly and great reporting features. It looks very out of the box working! I think we will give this a try in the intrum of setting up a moodle box, it may be that quia offers the perm solution.

    Ben - I started on Quia about ten years ago before we got Moodle - it is good - I moved away from it recently as Moodle does a lot of this but Quia is still good;worth a look.

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