Description from the Publisher
Test Generator (TG) enables users to create, deliver and administer tests and surveys over a single desktop, network, Intranet or Internet. User applications include the creation and delivery of tests, quizzes, exams, assessments, surveys and questionnaires. Audience: trainers, educators, parents/students and individuals. TG is used in corporate/HR training, government/military, K-12 education and health care organizations.
Features include 11 question types (multiple choice, checkboxes, true/false, fill in the blank, short answer, ordering, matching, point and click, essay, numeric and likert), randomization, question banks, weighted question and answer scoring, import/export of tests, reports, users and media. Printing: test/test key and reports. Feedback options include text, media and URL linking. Test taking sessions are scored automatically and results are available after the test has been submitted. Users can also create and publish surveys as separate events, or as part of a test.
Administrative-level security options include: creating users (assigning username/password), controlling enrollment at a Class and Test level, activating/de-activating tests, enabling/disabling user access, assigning permissions. Test takers (students, trainees) can only access the test-taking module (Tester). TG Web includes an optional SecureTG browser for high stakes testing. SSH authentication/encryption also possible.
Test Generator is a single product and four different delivery solutions: 1)TG Desktop - single computer 2)TG LAN - small or large network 3)TG Web - Web (Intranet/Internet) testing 5)ST - CD or non-networked test delivery. TG Desktop and TG LAN are Windows applications. TG Web includes a Windows test creation/administrative client and an Internet, browser-based, java Tester. Customers can migrate their testing from TG Desktop to either TG LAN or TG Web.