Designing and Developing e-Assessment Delivery System Under IMS QTI ver.2.2 Specification

Mohammed Boussakuk, Ahmed Bouchboua, Mohammed El Ghazi, Moulhime El Bekkali, Mohammed Fattah

Abstract


Using technology to create online examination is important, more than that, exploring the recent research in the area of standardization of the learning and the assessment content is of paramount. However, there is still a lack of reusable, interoperable and exchangeable learning resources that afford much motivation to instructors. Assessing acquired knowledge is the primary task of any Learning Management Systems (LMS). Consequent-ly, sharing evaluation contents is a major challenge for software engineering. In this paper, we present the “CleverTesting” assessment authoring tool, focusing on its architecture and its conformance to the Question and Test Interoperability (QTI) specification proposed by IMS Global Learning Consortium. We adopt the QTI specification to create reusable, interoperable and sharable assessment content. Our system has three important components: The first component is “CleverTesting” a quiz authoring tool that allows building sharable question items. The second represents a question bank. The latest component is a player for interpreting and parsing QTI XML documents.

Keywords


IMS-QTI; Question and Test Interoperability; e-Learning; e-Assessment; Individualized Learning

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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