- bankruptcynewsAsked on June 02, 2011 at 05:21 PM
I see you list several educational institutions using Jotform for various purposes. I just thought I'd add ours to the list.
We do online video courses on bankruptcy law for attorneys. It consists of 67 individual videos, each running about 15 to 50 minutes in length.
We use Webex to host the streaming function. At the end of each video, Webex allows us to link a "landing page" for the viewer to go to at the conclusion of the video.
The landing page we link is a Jotform online test. The tests run from 10 to 25 questions. Most of the questions are radio button (one correct answer) or checkbox (multiple answers).
The answers are sent to us in the email. We grade and report to the student.
We have created 67 individual tests, each one a Jotform form.
This is working out really well. The only additional function I wish Jotform had was a way to grade the tests automatically. In other words, if the student selects the wrong radio button selection, a message would pop up explaining that it is the wrong answer, and directing the student to review a particular section of the outline to find an explanation. Then re-take that part of the test.
- Morgan King
- JotForm SupportNeilVicenteAnswered on June 02, 2011 at 06:11 PM
Thank you for this post. Your suggestions are duly noted. There is a big chance that we might mention your site as one of the institutions who are satisfied customers of Jotform.
As for your suggestion, I think there might be a workaround to achieve that using conditions and free text fields.
Take a look at this sample form to see what I mean.
Feel free to clone it for your own use. Click here to learn how to clone a form.