“Titanic” started on a voyage to box office records. On the hardwood, Michael Jordan wowed fans to a sixth NBA title. And, the era of boy bands emerged with top hits from the Backstreet Boys and NSYNC. The year was 1998.
It would also mark the days of a new product to appear in K-12 classrooms called ExamView. An exam creator and management tool to help teachers create, deliver and manage assessments grew into a powerful solution. Today, this test generation software is the most trusted assessment solution available. People love ExamView. I mean, they truly love using the software. I can recall attending the International Society for Technology in Education, or ISTE, last summer in Denver, Colorado, and countless times a teacher, administrator, IT personnel or even a student would walk past the Turning Technologies booth, stop, look at the ExamView logo and say, “Hey, I use ExamView and I love it!”
The stories never get old. It’s inspiring to hear how ExamView test generator is making a difference in classrooms not only here in the U.S., but across the globe. At the end of the day, we’re helping teachers spend less time hassling with tests and more on what’s important: improving and measuring student learning.
As part of our commitment to you, Turning Technologies is proud to unveil ExamView v11. The assessment software you’ve come to know and love now features a fresh new look, expanded learning management system integrations, synchronous and asynchronous assessment potential, comprehensive clicker support and the ability to upgrade to online testing capabilities that will change the way assessments are administered and taken in the classroom.
Excitement for ExamView v11 centers on the unveiling of ExamView Premium. For the first time in the software’s 19-year history, ExamView tests can be administered online with users responding to questions through an application on any web-enabled device. Assessments are automatically graded for efficient student monitoring and evaluation. ExamView Premium provides an alternative to the traditional forms of test-taking, which are labor-intensive to administer and assess.