All posts tagged 'assessment bank'

FullMarks: First Milestone

Posted on October 27th, 2010 · Posted in FullMarks

Within a 12 hour period we passed both 500 users and 5000 items on FullMarks. I've compiled a map of traffic locations between the launch date of August 27th and today so you can see that we're getting uptake in place where we are not yet running any workshops. I'm excluding demo users and content in that count so it represents real usage.

Open Assessment Bank: FullMarks well underway

Posted on November 3rd, 2009 · Posted in FullMarks

I'm charging on ahead with development of the open assessment bank. We will be calling it FullMarks and the most important feature will be that teachers can actively participate.

Open Assessment Bank Approval

Posted on October 13th, 2009 · Posted in SF Fellow

I will get the chance to build an open assessment bank. The community of teachers in SA is chomping at the bit for such a tool and I have had multiple requests for bank software that communities are already prepared to populate themselves. Providing the different groups with a single tool will allow them to feed off each others energy and allow us to begin with a bang. Working with existing communities also makes the tool much more sustainable.

I want to build an Open Assessment Bank

Posted on September 23rd, 2009 · Posted in SF Fellow

As part of my Fellowship at the Shuttleworth Foundation I have the opportunity to try things. I've got Siyavula, OpenPress and now I'm toying with adding an open assessment bank to the mix.