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Sharing Assessment across Institutions and VLEs.

Milne, Sue; McVey, Mary; Barr, NIall; Davis, Metanah; Mason, Jon; Greenhalgh, Roger; Barnes, Sue; Durkacz, Kate; Fletcher, Leslie


Sue Milne

Mary McVey

NIall Barr

Metanah Davis

Jon Mason

Roger Greenhalgh

Sue Barnes

Kate Durkacz

Leslie Fletcher


IMS Question and Test Interoperability version 2.1 (QTI 2.1) provides
a flexible and powerful way of specifying computer delivered assessment
questions and tests in an XML format that can be used by different
delivery systems, including Moodle. There are currently three JISC-funded projects on QTI: QTIDI, Uniqurate and QTI-PET, and it is the latter which Edinburgh Napier University is involved in. This work is now at the stage of being tested by interested parties at various institutions (see author list above) , and it is this work that is being presented.

At Edinburgh Napier, an existing on-line test which assesses standard grade mathematics has been rewritten in QTI format. The individual questions will be made available for use by the other partners, and it is envisaged that next academic year (2014/2015) the QTI test will run for the first time as part of a module assessment package.

Presentation Conference Type Conference Paper (unpublished)
Conference Name CETL-MSOR Conference 2013
Start Date Sep 10, 2013
End Date Sep 11, 2013
Publication Date 2013
Deposit Date Jun 1, 2015
Publicly Available Date Jun 1, 2015
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Keywords Assessment; Mathematics support;
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