Questionmark OnDemand Includes New Assessment Reports
Graphical comparisons help determine question quality
NORWALK, CT – December 1, 2011 – Questionmark has added three new reports for analyzing the quality of assessment questions to its software-as-a-service offering.
The new reports in Questionmark OnDemand version 5.4 break down assessments results by a demographic variable, analyze how frequently a given set of question types is used and relate a participant’s overall score to the length of time he or she takes to complete an assessment. Support for the latest Internet browsers has also been added to this latest version of QuestionmarkOnDemand.
The Demographic, Question Frequency Analysis and Assessment Completion Time reports are among many available within Questionmark Analytics designed to help learning, education and testing professionals interpret and understand assessment results.
Questionmark OnDemand is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution that enables organizations to rapidly deploy their online testing and assessment programs either on a small scale or globally. The service is based on Questionmark’s D3 Platform, offering 99.99% uptime and hosted in a state-of-the-art, SAS 70 Type II-certified data center with multiple redundant connections to the internet and power grid.
Questionmark provides technologies and services that enable organizations to measure knowledge, skills and attitudes securely for certification, regulatory compliance and improved learning outcomes. Questionmark solutions enable reliable, valid and defensible assessments by empowering subject matter experts through collaborative authoring, accommodating participant needs with blended and multilingual delivery and informing stakeholders through timely reporting and meaningful analytics.
The Questionmark Perception assessment management system, available as a licensed, hosted or subscription-based solution, enables organizations to create, administer and report on surveys, quizzes, tests and exams. Complete details are available at www.questionmark.com.The Questionmark Blog provides assessment-related news, interviews insights and best practices.
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