- CGI script that resides on a web server and stores student names and results on that server in a comma-separated file.
- Course authors set up student registration and test grading options in ReadyGo Web Course Builder.
- Supports registration and result submitted by multiple students at once.
- To support easy integration, we provide source code for the Server-Side Testing module.
- Server-Side Testing is written in C.
Features of Server-Side grading and storage
- Storage of just test scores or of scores plus all student answers.
- Option to pre-register students or allow students to self-register.
- Supports an unlimited number of students.
- Unlimited number of self-registered students.
- Course authors can define up to 20 registration fields such as last name, first name, department, and location.
- Course authors can choose to require a password for student registration.
- Option to have test questions and answers randomly ordered each time a student takes the test.
- Tests can be generated and stored by server or just stored by server.
- Option to include or exclude individual questions in the student's total score. (This might be used for a survey question.)
- Advanced feature - Ability for the course author to create hidden parameters that are stored with the test results. You can use hidden parameters for customization or storage of test results with existing systems.
- Creation of student certificates after completing a test or course
- Track amount of time student is on a test page
- Course author can select a central student dataset to be shared between courses
- Test question pooling
- Ability to launch SST and register students from a URL
- Utility to make it easier to download student files from the server
- Central storage of each event: SST can be configured so that every time someone takes a test (in any course), their score, name, date, testname, coursename, etc. is stored in a single file that can summarize everything that has happened. It can also be configured that information is stored when someone registers, is denied access, is denied access to a test, or requests a certificate