Rogō (formerly known as TouchStone) is the University of Nottingham e-Assessment management system used to create and deliver online assessments. Rogo is a powerful and highly usable e-assessment tool with many features and is suitable for use throughout the Higher Education sector.
This online system supports the full process from question and paper creation (including peer and external examiner reviews) to the analysis of exam results and creation of reports.
Rogō has support for formative quizzes, summative exams, surveys and serveral other paper types. Authentic assessments can be created using any combination of 15 question types together with graphics, audio files and video. It has been designed around standards and supports QTI 1.2 import/export to its internal question bank, LTI support for integration with VLEs and LDAP for authentication.
- Supports the full process from question and paper creation (including peer and external examiner reviews) to the analysis of exam results and creation of reports.
- The system is capable of generating the following types of examinations and surveys:
- Formative Assessments (self-tests).
- Progress Tests.
- Summative Assessments.
- Surveys (questionnaires).
- Offline paper.
- Student Peer Reviews.
- In any type of paper you can mix and match the following question types:
- Multiple Choice (MCQ).
- Multiple Response.
- Extended Matching.
- Flash interface.
- Image Hotspots.
- Likert Scales.
- Script Concordance Test (SCT).
- Text Boxes.
- Supports QTI 1.2 import/export to its internal question bank, LTI support for integration with VLEs and LDAP for authentication.
- Student reports.
A range of multimedia sources can also be used with each question type including: graphics, audio files, animations and video.
Developer: The University of Nottingham
License: GNU GPL v3
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