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Published April 5, 2020 | Multidisciplinary

Netquiz Web+ : Netquiz Web Reviewed and Improved

Are you looking for an on-line evaluation tool? Netquiz has long been a favourite for teachers in the Quebec college network, but it was time for an update. It’s ready! Netquiz Web+ presents:

  • summative evaluation features
  • a responsive interface that adapts to smartphones, tablets and computers
  • 14 question types for you to choose from

What more can you ask?

A complete tool for creating, publishing and managing your questionnaires

Netquiz Web+ was developed by the Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development (CCDMD). Netquiz Web+ is offered for free to anyone that works for a teaching establishment and provides a recognized institutional e-mail address when signing up for an account.

Netquiz Web+ is available on-line: Visit netquiz.ccdmd.qc.ca to create your free account. You will then have access to the questionnaire creation interface.

One of the strengths of Netquiz Web+ when comparing it with other on-line questionnaires is the large variety of questions it offers. Its interface is a bit more complex than some of the other on-line tools, but it is a small price to pay for the huge amount of freedom you have with the questionnaires that you create. We would also like to point out that Netquiz Web+ is a tool that was created in Quebec, and is hosted on a server located in Quebec.

Click on the image to try the Cinequiz questionnaire developed in Netquiz Web+ by the CCDMD.

How does it work?

To learn more about the use of Netquiz Web+, visit Profweb’s Digital Tools page on Netquiz Web+, or visit the Netquiz Web+ help site . Have a look!

Already a Netquiz Web user?

If you have created questionnaires in a previous version of Netquiz Web, you can import them to Netquiz Web+. Note that some adjustments might be required, especially for “Highlight” type questions. Additionally, the titles of items now appear in the answer interface that students see, which means that you have provided “dummy” (or non-presentable) titles to your questions which you will need to rectify. Moving to Netquiz Web+ is worth it since you will be able to follow the results of your students, while also providing them with a more user-friendly interface that adapts to their digital devices. Go ahead and make the move!

About the Author

Catherine Rhéaume She has been an editor and writer for Profweb since 2013. She also teaches physics at Cégep Limoilou and is a sessional lecturer for qualifying courses at University Laval. Her work for Profweb fosters her interest for technopedagogy and encourages her to try innovative teaching practices.

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