Questionmark's Open Assessment Platform

Microsoft Office Live Meeting

Microsoft Office Live Meeting is an interactive web conferencing solution. Live Meeting includes software that is installed on the user's PC, and uses a central server for all users to connect to. By using Questionmark assessments and quizzes in your Live Meetings, you can help connect colleagues and engage customers in real-time.

This article covers:

  • How to add your Questionmark assessment to a Live Meeting
  • How to add your Questionmark¬†assessment to a Powerpoint presentation within Live Meeting

Adding a Questionmark assessment to a Live Meeting

To add your Questionmark assessment to a Live Meeting:

  1. Open Live Meeting.
  2. Click Meet Now and connect to Live Meeting.
  3. Click Content from the menu bar. The drop-down will display.
  4. Click on the arrow next to Share and select Web Page from the drop-down that appears.
  5. The New Web Page screen will open. Enter the URL of the Perception assessment you want to share in the Live Meeting. It is recommended that when using Live Meeting to share an assessment you should either use the secure login (perception.php) and make sure that all the Live Meeting viewers have their own login or use the open login (open.php) but not set a name (this will allow the users to enter their own name which you can use to search through the results).
  6. Click Verify Web Page. The Web Page Check screen will open.
  7. Click Create Web page. A preview screen of how the assessment will appear within the Live Meeting will display.

Adding your Questionmark assessment to a Powerpoint presentation within Live Meeting

Firstly, if you haven't done so already you will need to import your Powerpoint presentation into Live Meeting, to do so:

  1. Open Live Meeting.
  2. Click Meet Now and connect to Live Meeting.
  3. Click Content from the menu bar. The drop-down will display.
  4. Click on the arrow next to Share and select Upload File from the drop-down that appears. Browse to the file and click Open then Continue.

Now you can add your assessment to your Powerpoint presentation:

  1. Click Content from the menu bar. The drop-down will display.
  2. Click the relevant Powerpoint presentation.
  3. In the Thumbnails side-bar right click where you want to add a new slide for your assessment to appear within.
  4. Select Web Page from the Insert New Page drop-down list. Please then follow the instructions from Step 5 onwards.