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Presentation used for the QTI Update during the IMS Quarterly Meetings in Heerlen, November 2006

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    QTI Update IMS November 2006 QTI Update IMS November 2006 Presentation Transcript

    • QTI 2.1 Overview Pierre Gorissen, SURF SiX / Fontys University of Applied Science [email_address]
    • What is QTI?
      • Question and Test Interoperability
      • An specification from the IMS GLC
      • A file format for questions and tests
      • A file format for reporting results
      • A runtime model for questions and tests (not bound to a particular technology)
    • QTI 2.1
    • Item Lifecycle
    • QTI timeline
      • Conceived in 1999, v1.0 released in 2000
      • Updated in 2001 (v1.1) and 2002 (v1.2) to improve and extend the model
      • By 2003 it was clear that a major revision was necessary, a quick fix (1.2.1) was followed by a complete rewrite
      • QTI v2.0 was published February 2005
      • QTI v2.1 (PD2) published June 2006
      • QTI v2.1 (Final) expected (early?) 2007
    • Changes
      • Re-alignment with other IMS specifications
      • Changes in the Item Content model
      • Changes on Assessment level
      • Implementation related changes
    • Re-alignment with other IMS specifications
      • IMS Contentpackaging Specification
      • IMS Learning Resource Meta-data Specification
      • IMS Learning Design Specification
    • Changes in the Item Content model
      • XHTML
      • MathML
      • Xinclude
      • Interactions
      • Adaptive items
      • Item templates
      • Inline feedback
      • Number formatting
    • Changes on Assessment level
      • Item reference
      • Pre-conditions and Branching
      • Summative and formative tests
      • Not just for “High Stakes Testing” !!
    • Implementation related changes
      • Conformance model
      • Full validation of items and assessments possible
      • Response processing templates
      • Use of external response processing
      • QTI Lite
    • QTI 2.1 TBD
      • Collect comments on Public Draft
      • Need for implementation(s)
        • new IMS requirement!
      • QTI 2.0 implementation demo available
        • http://qtitools.caret.cam.ac.uk/qtiv2/examples/V2examples.html
    • Further information: Pierre Gorissen – P.Gorissen@fontys.nl Steve Lay – swl10@cam.ac.uk http://qtitools.caret.cam.ac.uk/ http://www.imsglobal.org/question/