Posted by Jim Farrell
If you are a Questionmark customer and aren’t using Questionmark Live, what are you waiting for?
More than 2000 of our customers have started using Questionmark Live this year, so I think now is a good time to call out some of the features that are making it a vital part of their assessment development processes.
Let’s start with building questions. One new tool our customers are using is the ability to add notes to a question. This allows reviewers to open questions and leave comments for content developers without changing the version of the question.
Now over to the assessment-building side of things. Our new assessment interface allows users to add questions in many different ways including single questions, entire topics, and random pull from a topic. You can even prevent participants from seeing repeated of questions during retakes when pulling questions at random. Jump blocks allow you to shorten test time or redirect for extra questions to participants who obtain a certain score. You can also easily tag questions as demographic questions so they can be used as filters in our reporting and analytics tools.
We have also added a more robust outcome capabilities to give your test administrators new tools for controlling how assessments are completed and reported. You can have multiple outcomes for different score bands, but you can also make it so participants have to get certain scores on particular topics before they can pass a test. For example, suppose you are giving a test on Microsoft Office and you set a pass score at 80%. You probably want to make sure that your participants understand all the products and don’t bomb one of them. You can set a prerequisite for each topic at 80% to make sure participants have knowledge of all areas before passing. If someone gets a 100% on Word questions and 60% on Excel questions, they would not pass. Powerful outcome controls help ensure you are truly measuring the goals of your learning organization.
If you aren’t using Questionmark Live you are missing out, as we are releasing new functionality every month. Get access and start getting your subject matter experts to contribute to your item banks.
Posted by Jim Farrell