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Look at LMX by Campus America. VERY expensive system, but also VERY comprehensive. Campus America Regency Business Park, Suite 205 900 Hill Avenue Knoxville, TN 37915 (615) 523-9506 FAX: (615) 525-5628 ________________________________________________________________ | s u n y | |... .... .! .!.. !!! !! | | __ |Paul Kramer |--------------------------| | /N | |Professor of Physics |Voice: 516-271-8311 | | ____| Y| |State Univ. of New York| (9am-11pm, 7 days) | |/_______ | | College of Technology| FAX: 516-673-1095 | | =x== <-Farmingdale, NY 11735 |<KRAMERPR@SNYFARVA.BITNET>| |_____________|_______________________|__________________________| =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- >Date: Fri, 4 Dec 1992 17:08:34 EST >X-From: JWILLIS@Jetson.UH.EDU >Subject: Need automated testing software >As part of a project to improve the service we provide in our undergraduate >educational computing course, we would like to automate some of the objective >tests students take and free up the teaching assistants to provide more >one on one help to students. Can anyone suggest a shareware or commercial >package that will allow us to put test items in a database and then have >students take tests on about 15 different modules at the computer? The idea >would be to have a large database of items and have the computer randomly >select about 10 items from the database for a module or assignment, administer >them to the student, and then score the test. Any suggestions? > >Jerry Willis, Director >Center for Information Technology in Education >College of Education >University of Houston >Houston, Texas 77204 >email@example.com