Posted by Brian McNamara
Over the past few months this blog has featured several examples of how you can easily embed assessments intimately within learning and informational content to help focus attention on key points and provide real-time feedback. Today we’ll take a look a look at how to access Questionmark assessments from Microsoft SharePoint, a platform used by thousands of corporate, government and academic organizations and which is increasingly used to manage and provide access to learning content.
There are several ways you can use SharePoint and Questionmark Perception together:
- Embed a quiz or survey in a SharePoint portal page, wiki or blog.
- Provide single sign-on access to assessments – allowing participants to view and launch Questionmark assessments assigned to them from within SharePoint.
This is possible:
– Using a standard SharePoint page-viewer web part (if your organization uses Windows authentication)
– Using Questionmark’s SharePoint Connector. Learn about the connector.
To see how this would look, see a snapshot of an assessment embedded within SharePoint.
Check out this How-to on our developer Web site for more details.
To learn about Questionmark’s SharePoint Connector, click here.