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> Transitioning From Online Testing After It's Discontinuation, Scoring
drbarger
Posted: Jan 20 2009, 11:24 AM




I have been using ExamView Online testing, well, forever it seems. I am currently transitioning from using the ExamView testing server with all the great reports, etc to setting up my own website to test my students. I am using ExamView to setup the tests in HTML, and save them to my web server, and using score.ExamView.com to score them.
My question is.........how long is ExamView going to continue to allow access to the score.ExamView.com site? And if the plan is to discontinue it's availablity as well, is their anyway that I can get a copy of the cgi script, etc. being used on score.ExamView.com so I can set it up on my webserver? This way I can continue using ExamView and test online as I am now.
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Posted: Jan 21 2009, 11:27 AM




Hi Dr Barger,

HTML testing, and the CGI script at score.einstruction.com that makes it possible, are alive and well. There are no plans to discontinue this service.

I'm sorry for any inconvenience it may cause you, but the CGI script cannot be distributed for private hosting. It is only available on the score.ExamView.com server. Only LAN testing or using an LMS like Moodle, WebCT, BlackBoard, or Angel woudl give you the ability to have control over the whole service.

I apologize for the loss of internet testing. If you are developing a more robust solution of LAN testing or using an LMS, I hope that HTML testing meets your needs until then.
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