The aim of this tool is to enable academics and e-learning developers to quickly create easy-to-use, interactive self-assessment quizzes that can be easily incorporated into new or existing projects with a minimal amount of technical knowledge.
One of the disadvantages of the native Moodle quizzes is that they exist as self-contained assessment activities and are accessed from a link on the course page which is separate to the actual educational content. Moodle lesson activities can be used but they are restrictive in format and available question types. A better option is to embed interactive elements such as drag-and-drop activities or simple MCQ quizzes, within the course materials. These simple summative interactions allow students to check their learning as they work through learning materials and keeps them engaged .
A number of question types are available, all of which work on smartphones and tablets and use a clean, modern design which looks better than standard Moodle assessments/quizzes and will fit in with most existing projects.
Software used: Adobe Dreamweaver.
- Client: Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine.
- Status: ongoing
- Themes: interactivity, web design, web development
- Team: Andrew Cavers, Jerome Di Pietro