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Re: [seul-edu] Re: quiztg: quiting quiz task group and SEUL-EDU
I was just notified yesterday by Golden Gate University that one of the
classes that I teach is being converted to a "Cyber-Course", so I have
to learn about on-line quizzes. Can you please provide some information?
Emilio G. Milian
> On Tue, 1 Aug 2000, Daniel P. Kionka wrote:
> >I am dropping out of SEUL-EDU, and since I was officially leader of the
> >quiz task group, I thought I should let everyone know.
> Dan you were very helpful!
> Please, don't delete your pages on quiz surveys.
> >I was interesting in developing or helping with a quiz system because I
> >was teaching an online computer science class at a community college.
> >After doing a few classes I decided that I never want to teach an online
> >class again. I obviously lost interest in quiz software as well.
> Me too have quit education some time ago, but I still hope that
> my project will come true. (The itch to scratch has gone but
> the obligation to community didn't).
> >My last comment is something I said before and most people disagreed
> >with. Don't bother creating the world's greatest stand-alone quiz
> >system. No one is going to use it. It must be part of a complete
> >system with a bulletin board, email, enrollment, grading, personal web
> >sites, etc. I used WebCT for my classes, and now I am too spoiled to
> >ever consider a non-integrated package.
> I still don't agree.
> There must be a standalone backend engine. And let frontends be
> integrated to whatever app it is needed. Yes, it could be
> advertised and packaged together with some community-ware
> software and look like "integrated".
> The power of UNIX is coming from the possibility to construct
> complexes by combining simpler tools. Or lets rename SEUL
> to SEUW2K ;-)
> Sincerely yours, Roman Suzi
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