IMS-QTI sub-standards in computerised adaptive testing and interfacing
by Martin Lesage, Martin Riopel, Gilles Raiche, Komi Sodoke
International Journal of Advanced Media and Communication (IJAMC), Vol. 2, No. 2, 2008

Abstract: In recent years, a growing number of schools, colleges, universities and other learning institutions have been converting their existing courses into E Learning applications. To implement this, the authors are developing a Macromedia Flash E-Learning Web application able to fully include item data input and adaptive testing capabilities using Item Response Theory (IRT). The project's goal is to maximise the capabilities and the reusability of the multimedia content produced by using the IMS-QTI standard. The application's adaptive testing functionalities will be implemented by proposing new IMS-QTI sub-standards for item parameters and interfacing parameters' characterisation.

Online publication date: Mon, 26-May-2008

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