There’s not just one way to integrate Questionmark with your SharePoint portal. There’s not just two ways. There are actually three ways to integrate a Questionmark assessment into a SharePoint page!
For Perception (on-premise) customers, it’s possible to use Windows Authentication to present to a SharePoint user a list of assessments for which they have been scheduled – without having to re-authenticate the user in Questionmark.
Questionmark has also developed a SharePoint Connector for our OnDemand customers. It’s a SharePoint web part that automatically logs the user into Questionmark and displays a list of assessments for which they have been scheduled.
The third way to integrate a Questionmark assessment with a SharePoint page is to embed it in the page. This is great for simple, anonymous quizzes and knowledge checks.
Check out this video for a quick overview of all three methods of integrating Questionmark and SharePoint.
Followers of this blog may recall Brian McNamara’s post on Using SharePoint and Questionmark Together. In that post, he touched on providing participant access to their assessments using single sign-on from the SharePoint environment.
There are two ways to do this. Which you choose will depend on the way you have configured your Questionmark Perception server. If you have installed Perception on your own servers (on-premise) and you are integrating with a SharePoint system used by your participants, then you are probably using Windows authentication with Perception already, allowing the participants to sign in using their existing Windows domain accounts.
In this video, I take you through configuring a SharePoint site to embed Perception, providing a seamless experience for participants authenticated using Windows authentication.
If you are using Perception on demand, or you can’t use Windows authentication on your server, don’t worry, the Questionmark SharePoint Portal Connector is designed for you! But that will be the subject of my next video demonstration…
Over the past few months this blog has featured several examples of how you can easily embed assessments intimately within learning and informational content to help focus attention on key points and provide real-time feedback. Today we’ll take a look a look at how to access Questionmark assessments from Microsoft SharePoint, a platform used by thousands of corporate, government and academic organizations and which is increasingly used to manage and provide access to learning content.