Deliver to smart phones, tablets, and mobile devices
Author once, delivery to many different device types
With so many learners frequently on the go, smart phones and other handheld devices are ideal for delivering low-stakes assessments, for example:
- Quick follow-up quizzes
- Product knowledge checks for sales people
- Surveys or course evaluations
Questionmark's responsive design delivery technologies make it easier than ever to deliver assessments to multiple different types of smartphones, tablets and other mobile, touch and multi-touch devices. With Questionmark's responsive design, you need only to author an assessment once, schedule it once and then deliver it in as many different ways as they like.
When delivering an assessment, Questionmark auto-senses the participant’s device and browser, then delivers the assessment formatted appropriately for the device/browser’s requirements. Questionmark's “on the fly” auto-sizing dynamically adjusts and sizes the assessment’s navigation buttons, controls and template graphics so they fit (and look great) on just about any screen size or resolution imaginable.
This technology also enables learning and assessment mash-ups, allowing authors and administrators to easily embed quizzes or surveys within wikis, blogs and web pages.
Wikis, web pages and blogs lend themselves effectively to delivering learning content. They give people the opportunity to contribute, discuss and consume knowledge. By embedding assessment into these resources we can not only provide information but also a knowledge check to reinforce learning and assist in reducing the forgetting curve. In addition, when wikis, web pages and blogs are used as a job-aid the person can check their abilities before they return to performing a task.
- Maintaining a single place to learn and assess yourself
- Personalising the process of learning and assessing to ensure the relevance to the learner
- Focusing the learners’ attention
- Provide feedback to assist the learner correct misconceptions, practice their memory recall, and provide confidence in what they do actually know
- Create intrigue and identify what they need to learn before they access the learning material. The assessment feedback can even direct the learners to the relevant material in the wiki, web page, or blog.
- Identify what the learner has successfully learnt/recalled from the learning material they used
- Providing a seamless user experience
- Giving more focused knowledge sharing based on the results
- Combining other media within Perception or within the web resource