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Using QMP

What is it?

QMP (Questionmark Perception) is an assessment system primarily used for tests with closed questions (such as multiple-choice), whereby the questions can be reused for a number of consecutive years. In QMP, items are placed in an online item bank from which assessment questions are selected. The item bank is organized in such a way that the items can only be accessed by authorized lecturers. For questions about QMP, please contact CLIQ.

How can you use it for teaching?

QMP offers advantages and disadvantages as compared to testing in Nestor. The most important of these are listed below, so that you can decide yourself when to use QMP. QMP has been in use since 2012, primarily at the Faculty of Medical Sciences. The Faculty of Arts has used QMP to administer a few tests for the Arts, Culture and Media degree programme.

Advantages Disadvantages
Easy reuse of test items. Lecturers are familiar with Nestor; QMP requires a short training period.
Makes it possible to jointly create and manage items. At the moment lecturers have to send their test items to CLIQ and CLIQ assembles the test for them.
Supports version management - documentation of changes in test items. Viewing in a classroom context is more complicated than with Nestor tests.
When randomly selecting test items, the program can be set so that students will not be assigned the same questions in a resit.

How does it work?

Lecturers create their tests via https://www.questionmark.com . Once you have created an account on this website, you will have access to the Questionmark Live program. This program allows you to submit online questions by choosing from a number of question types. You can save your questions in a number of sub-folders, ordering them by content or level. Before you start using this program, please contact CLIQ.

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