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> Html Test, grading
Posted: Nov 13 2008, 11:32 AM


Right now we are using your online testing server and we know it will be discontinue next year. My question is, if we publish a test to html format, does the student get to see the score? do we received email the student took the exam?. i am trying to figure out what the restriction are when it come to publishing the exam to html format.

thank you.
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Posted: Nov 24 2008, 01:47 PM

There are several other options to use instead of our Online Testing Center. Please see the descriptions below.

1. Local area network test - students must be onsite to take this test. You save a published file to the school server, and students access that file with the Test Player. Results are written to the published file, and you retrieve the results with the Test Manager. This allows you to assign a password to the test, attach a roster, scramble questions, etc.

2. Test exported to Blackboard, WebCT, or ANGEL (Windows only) - students go to one of these learning management systems to take the test. We also have a workaround for getting content into Moodle if you have a Moodle account. Students would go to the Moodle site to take the test.

3. Internet test hosted on your own website - you save your test as an html file and upload the html to your own website. Students go to your site to take the test. When they submit, you are emailed the results. However, you are unable to view reports as you did with the Test Center. You would have to rely on emailed results only. There is also a checkbox for 'Show test score to student.'

If it is possible, we highly recommend using the LAN testing. This is the most stable option and gives you the best options for reporting.
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Posted: Nov 24 2008, 04:55 PM

Thank you for the information.
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