Implementing Qedoc software in a learning process
From QedocQedoc software applications.
There are three major steps in implementing Qedoc software in a learning process. There are also a number of offshoot elements in the overall process.
The three major steps
1. Creation of learning resources
Creation covers the conception and design of quizzes, and particularly the use of the Qedoc Quiz Maker software application. Creation is the process by which you produce a learning resource.
- See especially: Qedoc Quiz Maker documentation
- See also: Quiz design considerations, how to create a great quiz
- Importing quizzes.
- Importing media resources (e.g. movies, images, documents) using the media bank.
2. Delivery of learning resources
Delivery is the step where the learning resource is delivered to the learner. A number of routes are available here when using the Qedoc system, and routes are being added. Normally a learner will use the Qedoc Quiz Player to receive and play their learning resources, although this may not always be the case.
- The easiest way to deliver quizzes to your audience.
- Web-based delivery from the Qedoc website.
- Web-based delivery from other websites (in preparation).
- Integration into a website.
- Delivering modules via removable media devices.
- Email delivery.
- CD-ROM delivery.
- Print-based delivery (on paper).
- Export to learning management systems such as Moodle.
- Password-protection of modules.
- Unlocking keys for learning modules (optional one-use only keys for when you want to sell modules).
- JNLP deployment (in preparation)
- See also: Qedoc Quiz Player documentation.
3. Grading of learning resources
Grading (assessment) is the process by which the outcome of the interaction between learner and learning resource returns to the educator in the form of feedback, marks, and other devices. Some options are already available here and others are in preparation.
- Print-based assessment (printing of results and certificates)
- On-screen assessment
- Web-based assessment