Participants can use the QT2 to navigate to any question on self-paced assessments or skip questions. Presenters can monitor the participants’ progress in real-time and view detailed reports. With messaging capabilities, participants are able to send questions to the presenter without interrupting the current topic or situation. The QT2 has a nonvolatile memory to store all responses for data security and stability.
“With user testing and feedback, the QT2 is the continuation of our main initiative of putting our clients first to ensure we are meeting all their needs,” said Turning Technologies’ CEO Mike Broderick. “This new casing and keyboard design was developed from participant feedback for an easier to hold and use device for every learning environment. Whether users choose our proprietary devices like the all new QT2 or choose to use our mobile solutions on their smart phones, tablets, ChromeBooks or other web enabled devices, we continue to provide the leading products in the industry.”
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