[teknoids] CALI QuizWright gets a question bank
Edward P Richards
richards at lsu.edu
Tue Jul 17 11:03:44 EDT 2018
This looks great! What would it take to extract questions from the adlaw lessons? (Adlaw is a first year course some places.)
From: Teknoids <teknoids-bounces at lists.teknoids.net> On Behalf Of Elmer Masters
Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 10:43 AM
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Subject: [teknoids] CALI QuizWright gets a question bank
A quick note to let you know we've added a question bank feature to QuizWright, our formative assessment system. For starters we've got 150+ contracts questions selected from CALI Lessons. You can find all of the details in our announcement on the Spotlight blog at http://cca.li/1ox.
CALI QuizWright is a web app that lets law faculty write individual Multiple Choice, True/False, and Yes/No questions, saves the questions in a personal question bank, allows law faculty to bundle the questions into quizzes, uses CALI AutoPublish to instantly and securely publish the quizzes to the CALI website and lets students take the quizzes as formative assessments, either live in class or as homework, right on the CALI website, where most students already have an account. Faculty can view the basic results or access advanced analytic reporting from an online dashboard. Download of results to Excel for further analysis is available.
Elmer R. Masters
Director of Technology
Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
emasters at cali.org<mailto:emasters at cali.org> 773-332-7508
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