Demonstrations General Interoperability SharePoint

Including a Questionmark Knowledge Check within SharePoint is easier than you think

Posted by John Kleeman Many Questionmark customers use SharePoint within their organization. Microsoft SharePoint is a fantastic tool that lets non-technical people create collaborative web sites, and SharePoint is a great system to deploy assessments in for learning, training and compliance. One of the easiest ways to include an assessment... Read More

Assessments in Practice Events General Q&A's SharePoint

Conference Close-up: Using Questionmark to Reinforce Learning within SharePoint

Posted by Joan Phaup [caption id="attachment_6431" align="alignright" width="123" caption="Questionmark Chairman John Kleeman"][/caption] We’re especially pleased to have Questionmark Founder and Chairman John Kleeman on board as one of our best practice presenters at this year’s Questionmark Users Conference. As the person who wrote the original Questionmark software, John has more... Read More

Demonstrations General SharePoint Videos

Using the SharePoint Connector to Integrate Questionmark Perception with Microsoft SharePoint

Posted by Steve Lay In my last post, I introduced a short video demonstration on using Windows Authentication to integrate Questionmark Perception with Microsoft SharePoint.  If you have installed Perception on your own servers (on-premise) then this is likely to be the best way to integrate.  However, sometimes Windows Authentication... Read More

Demonstrations General SharePoint Videos

Using Windows Authentication to Integrate Questionmark Perception with Microsoft SharePoint

Posted by Steve Lay Followers of this blog may recall Brian McNamara’s post on Using SharePoint and Questionmark Together. In that post, he touched on providing participant access to their assessments using single sign-on from the SharePoint environment. There are two ways to do this. Which you choose will depend on... Read More