Questionmark Announces Support for JSR 168
Enables Single Sign-on for Online Assessment Participants and Administrators via Portals
NORWALK, CT – September 15, 2006 -- Testing and assessment software provider Questionmark today announced that it now supports the Java Specification Request 168 (JSR 168) portlet standard to enable the integration of online assessments with portals.
Questionmark’s support for JSR 168 will allow customers to display portlets within any JSR 168 compliant portal product, enabling integration of online assessments with other key enterprise systems. Users of the Questionmark™ Perception™ assessment management system may now download example code for providing participant and administrator access to Perception via a JSR-168 compliant portal.
JSR 168 is a standard programming specification that makes enterprise applications more accessible to end users through a portal of choice. A “portlet” is a pluggable user interface component that is displayed in a web portal. Both open-source and commercially produced portal servers have embraced the JSR 168 standard, which enables interoperability between portlets and portals.
With today’s announcement, it is now possible to deploy a portlet within a JSR 168 compliant portal that provides participants a list and direct links to assessments assigned to them in Perception. Likewise, the portlet could give administrators single sign-on access to Perception’s assessment scheduling, reporting and management functions.
To learn more about integrating Questionmark Perception with a JSR-168 compliant portal, click here.
Questionmark has been providing testing and assessment software since 1988, and some 2,500 customers in 50 countries now use Questionmark products. The Questionmark™ Perception™ assessment management system enables educators and trainers to create, securely administer and report on surveys, quizzes, tests and exams. Multiple authors can work together in a distributed learning environment with seamless connections to existing systems and infrastructure. Options include a secure browser and proctoring security. Perception applications include pre/post tests, practice quizzes, course evaluations and certification exams. The software can be licensed or used as a hosted solution. Questionmark provides extensive documentation for users of the software in addition to comprehensive learning resources focusing on the effective use of assessments. Complete details are available at http://www.questionmark.com.
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