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Re: [seul-edu] quiz apps
That gives at least 31 hits. Some of these are web based, others are
Also, one that I have been working on: Edventure
(http://dangermouse.brynmawr.edu/edventure/docs/) is much more than
a system to give quizzes, but could be used just for that. It:
- is written in PHP
- has support for postgresql, mysql (etc) backend
- is password protected (NIS, or internal system)
- is GNU GPL protected
- has gradebook, assignments, upload/download documents, quiz etc
- can send email, chat (through Babylon java applet), etc.
The quiz part has:
- explanations, when wrong
- difficulty level
- automatic versioning
- pie-chart summary of answers per question
- instant feedback, or summary score
It also has an XML synch/export option
It is aimed at being a replacement for things like Blackboard or
WebCT, but it is currently at version 0.8, with version 1.0
appearing in the spring.
Dan Kegel wrote:
> Dennis Daniels wrote:
>> As well PhpTest
>> this one has pretty good documentation and looks promising but
>> had any experience with it as yet?
> I looked far and wide, and phptest was the only good web quiz
> package anywhere. All the others sucked, at least back in June.
> I installed phpquiz and aside from having to tweak it a bit,
> it worked well. The developer responded well to my bugfix and
> feature requests. I highly recommend it. Some assembly may be
> required... also, there's no way yet to do an XML import or export
> of the quizzes you develop. That makes it a bit hard to
> carry over quizzes from one quiz program to another
> (or even from one version of phpquiz to another).
> But it's the only game in town, so go for it.
> - Dan
Douglas S. Blank, Assistant Professor
Bryn Mawr College, Computer Science Program
101 North Merion Ave, Park Science Bld.
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 dangermouse.brynmawr.edu