QTI Demonstration

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CETIS Conference 2012
Wed 22 Feb:
11:15 Keynote: Ian Hughs
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Parallel Sessions
- QTI Codebash
- Education App Store
- The Learning Registry
- Thwarted or Embedded
- Data to Improve Student Retention
16:30 Keynote: Rob Abel
Thu 23 Feb:
09:15 Parallel Sessions
- Emerging Reality
- Open Badges
- QTI Demonstration
- Social Network Analysis
- Open Mic
12:45 Lunch
13:45 Plenary
14:15 Keynote: Prof. Mark Stubbs

A session in the 2012 JISC CETIS Conference


Facilitators: Wilbert Kraan and Rowin Young

Following on from yesterday's codebash, this session will be both a public demonstration of QTI 2.1 interoperability as well as an opportunity to learn more about the capabilities of a variety of QTI 2.1 tools and resources. The line-up consisted of:

09.15 Wilbert Kraan - introduction to the QTI demonstration
09.30 Yvonne Winkelmann - BPS Onyx
09.45 Andrew Young Seung Ko - Ubion (website)
10.00 Graham Smith - Jassess
10.15 Zack Pierce - QTI to APIP converter
10.30 UPMC MOCAH team - MOCAH tool chain
10.45 Break
11.30 Niall Barr - LTIQuizzes/APIS
11.45 QTIDI - MathAssessEngine, QTI validator
12.00 Paul Neve - UniQurate
12.15 Discussion

Session summary blog post http://blogs.cetis.ac.uk/wilbert/2012/03/16/question-and-test-tools-demonstrate-interoperability/