Perception Version 5 Streamlines Blended Delivery & Enhances Accessibility
Posted by Joan Phaup
Excellent news: Questionmark Perception Version 5 is now available for you to download and try out!
This newest version of Perception makes the participant experience better than ever and brings enhanced security, scalability, deliverability, accessibility and translatability. Now it is easier than to deploy surveys, quizzes, tests and exams to an increasingly mobile, global and diverse audience.
Version 5 makes it simpler to deliver a single assessment to many different types of devices and manage the combined results all together. Questionmark takes the guesswork out of blended delivery by auto-sensing each device and delivering assessments to it in the right format, automatically. Whether your assessment is taken on desktops, laptops, smart phones and other mobile devices — or embedded within wikis, blogs or Web pages — you can manage all the results together.
Here are some key things to look for in Perception Version 5:
- A new logon and assessment list screen that make it easier for participants to find assessments, view schedules, reports and other information.
- Easier navigation through assessments and ready access to embedded tools such as calculators and charts
- Outstanding accessibility tools and ease of use with assistive technologies
- Multilingual participant interfaces available in 20 languages
- Streamlined management of multilingual assessments
- Enhanced failsafe functionality to protect data if an internet connection is lost
- Greater scalability including easier deployment in load-balanced environments
Perception’s new logon and assessment list screen makes it easier for participants to find assessments, view schedules, reports and other information. It’s also easier to navigate through assessments and access embedded tools such as calculators, and enhanced failsafe functionality protects data if an internet connection is lost.
Version 5 includes new options for improving the accessibility of assessments. It is easy to use with assistive technologies such as screen readers, and participants with low or partial vision can adjust text size and contrast. Participants unable to use a mouse can now navigate assessments via keyboard and/or other devices.
There’s even an optional Translation Management System to help test publishers, businesses and other organizations that need to deliver assessments in multiple languages by streamlining the management and delivery of localized content to multinational workforces.
As you can see, it’s impossible to tell all about Perception Version 5 in this space. So click on these links to learn more!
If you really want to get up to speed on Version 5, come to the Questionmark Users Conference in Miami March 14 -17 and attend the tech training sessions that will focus on it!