Posted by Joan Phaup
Questions are the building blocks for all sorts of assessments, from surveys and quizzes to tests and exams. Whether you create items within Perception or import them from other programs, organizing them by topics helps you manage item banks effectively. Topics can be aligned with learning objectives — a big advantage in identifying knowledge gaps, measuring skills and prescribing learning and development plans.
The following feature tour shows how to set up a topic structure and then add questions to it. It shows how to edit questions, add graphics and fine-tune the layout before previewing and saving questions. If you are not familiar with Questionmark Perception, this video will give you a basic understanding of how to create questions and put together a well-organized assessment.
You will find other simulations in Questionmark’s Learning Cafe, which includes resources about best practices as well as tutorials about the Questionmark Perception assessment management system.