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What can QTI do? (that my current e-assessment system’s format can’t) Sue Milne Question 1 Confidence rating: • Combine question with measure of confidence • Reflect both aspects in – Score – Feedback • Useful for – Diagnostic test – Formative assessment Question 2 Feedback links: • Feedback targeted to each input • Links to external material • Last 2 options are fixed • Good for diagnostic tests Question 3 Numerical values in randomisation and judging: • Random values for integers and floats • Mathematical functions: sin, cos,..., sinh,..., exp, ln, log,... • Mathematical constants: π and e • Statistical functions: mean, standard deviation, variance Question 4 Maths extensions – MathAssess: • Use algebraic expressions – Randomisation – Judging • Maths input – MathML display as you type • Computer Algebra behind scenes • Manipulate expressions – Combine – Compare... Question 5 Multi-input questions: • Several (different) inputs in the same question • All submitted together • More comprehensive than single interaction • Feedback targeted at each input Question 6 Multi-stage questions: • Each part presented in turn • Depends on candidate’s previous input • Feedback can be designed to appear – At each stage – At the end Question Types Basics • Choice – radio or checkbox • Inline Choice – dropdown • Text Entry – string or number Advanced • • • • • • • Associate – pairs Gap Match – fill blanks Hot Text – select text Match – matrix selection Order Slider – numerical scale Custom – DIY Graphical • Position Object • Graphic Gap Match • Hotspot • Graphic Order • Select Point • Graphic Associate Offline Marking • Extended Text • Upload Tests • • • • Diagnostic – feedback linking to repair Formative – repeat same randomised question Summative – feedback not visible until end of test Adaptive – next question displayed depends on responses to previous question(s) • Several sections in same test – different settings in each section