[teknoids] [EXT] Electronic multiple choice exams?
Wagenheim, Michael S - (wagenhei)
wagenhei at arizona.edu
Thu Sep 23 16:31:14 EDT 2021
Managing MC questions via ExamSoft or Exam4 was not effective for us over the years and we have been using Remark Office. I generally stay away from paper solutions but this is a great tool with a shallow learning curve.
Remark is flexible, accurate, and reliable. It is also cost effective. Scantron kills you on paper and hardware costs. With Remark, you can create and print your own bubble sheets on ordinary 8 ½ x 11 paper in any configuration you require while leveraging your existing networked MFP scanner. The software includes a post-grading analytics package.
Assistant Dean of Information Technology & Online Learning
James E Rogers College of Law
The University of Arizona
wagenhei at email.arizona.edu
From: Teknoids <teknoids-bounces at lists.teknoids.net> On Behalf Of Phillip C. Bohl
Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2021 2:34 PM
To: Teknoids <teknoids at lists.teknoids.net>
Subject: [EXT][teknoids] Electronic multiple choice exams?
We're recent adopters of the multiple choice module for ExamSoft.
We still have a card-based Scantron OMR machine but we'd like to say goodbye to it as our primary MC scoring tool.
Change is hard. Harder for some.
I"m curious how many of you use an electronic system for your multiple choice exams.
If this data exists somewhere please let me know... if not, I'll create a little survey (three or four questions?) and send it out... and share the results.
If anyone wants to collaborate on questions I'm game.
Wishing you all health and safety!
Phillip C. Bohl, J.D., M.L.I.S.
Caruso School of Law
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