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> ExamView Learning & Test Center Will Be Discontinued
bellecreole
Posted: Jan 8 2009, 08:40 PM




Hello,

I am aware that you have dicontinued the ExamView Online Exams, but do you have any more leads to transfer into besides Angel Learning.

I am a Small Business and the $$ for the Angel System is way out of my league. So I am asking if you have any other more affordable leads, yet as user friendly as ExamView was, to suggest.

I am out of options!!
I really depended on you guys for 6 years!!!!
So you can imagine...I am really hurting
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Support JD
Posted: Jan 9 2009, 05:51 PM




To avoid any new expense, you can use Moodle, a free, open-source LMS, or you can opt for LAN-based testing hosted on your local area network. Both options would require some setup, but both function well and would be free.

Other LMS's you can opt for in addition to Moodle would be Blackboard, WebCT, and ANGEL.

I hope that helps.
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Kamman
Posted: Jun 3 2009, 07:16 PM




I too have bureaucratic nightmares using LAN base. Plus we do not have computers in the classroom while almost all students have computer at home. Internet testing center works best. I really hope Examiview come up with a solution and resume the service.


I tried to the Angel site but I am a computer dummy, and I could not even locat the pricing. Since I am paying it out of my own pocket, pricing is important. Does anyone know of a test hosting site that charge resonable fee and can do the job?

Kamman
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Kamman
Posted: Jun 3 2009, 07:17 PM




How do you use Moodle. I tried, it says that you need to have your school to set up a site for you. Does anyone know how to get to use Moodle on your own?
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Support LT
Posted: Jul 28 2009, 09:19 AM




Kamman, I would strongly recommend you contact Moodle about possible uses without going through your school. From what we understand, though, you must have server space and a website to utilize Moodle.
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robert80
Posted: Dec 20 2009, 12:15 PM




Is there any alternative of this test?
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support NP
Posted: Dec 28 2009, 10:43 AM




You can use the HTML testing option, which allows you to send the test to students or post it online and then the results are emailed to the instructor. You can also give LAN testing which allows students to take a test anywhere on the LAN. These results can be imported into ExamView Test Manager.
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