Being able to measure learning gains objectively is high on every educational agenda – even more so now that remote or blended learning is increasingly common in addition to traditional teaching.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the National University of Ireland implemented assessmentQ to deliver its interpreting exams online. It allowed students and staff to adhere to public health guidelines whilst maintaining the high-quality training standards of their programme.
There are various ways of evaluating multiple-choice tests or exams. How do you choose the best system for your evaluation? We look at the 4 most popular scoring mechanisms for multiple-choice tests.
Digital exams have been around for more than 15 years. But for all these years, there was 1 problem that neither assessmentQ nor any other e-assessment platform could properly solve: writing on your PC like you write on a piece of paper.
A growing number of educational institutions are switching to digital exams because of the convenience – and the many other advantages – that this format offers. But how do you ensure that everything goes seamlessly? Use our handy step-by-step guide to get started.
The assessmentQ platform is based on .NET and it does not use the Apache log4j library whose vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228, CVE-2021-45046) has been in the news recently.
The University of Adelaide is consistently ranked in the top 1% of the world’s universities and is recognised globally as a leading research university. Recently, it has implemented assessmentQ to enhance delivery of its Translation & Interpreting programmes.
assessmentQ acts as a reliable platform for the annual Flemish STEM Olympiad. Thanks to assessmentQ, the results are immediately available, without time-consuming manual scoring.
In 2020, AHOVOKS decided to switch to an online examination. Since 2021, AHOVOKS has been using Televic Education’s assessmentQ platform for this purpose.
VIVES has been using assessmentQ in and outside the classroom for more than a decade. Time and place are now no longer a factor for students who want to take their exams remotely.