Learnosity Assessments allow you to access content from your Learnosity-hosted item bank and deliver that content to your end-users. You can present assessments using a full assessment player or embed each question into a page exactly where you want it to be, all while capturing student responses and scoring in a scalable, robust manner.
Deliver your learning content how you like it—via fixed form assessments, individual items embedded throughout your editorial, or powerful adaptive and branching test formats.
Build Pre-Written Fixed Form Assessments
Build fixed-form activities in Learnosity, and deliver high-quality pre-authored assessments to your end-users.
Embed Formative Assessment Questions into Editorial Content
Place questions in context throughout your editorial without the design restrictions of an assessment player. This demo makes use of the inline rendering type.
Generate Just-in-Time Fixed Form Assessments
Build your activities on the fly, and deliver content from your item bank without having to pre-author a fixed-form activity.
Create Branching Assessments
Use the power of Learnosity's branching assessment format to build an adaptive activity that seamlessly adapts to your user.
Generate Item Adaptive (Rasch Model) Assessments
Use our item adaptive technology to deliver an adaptive test to your student based on item difficulty level and user ability.
Build Testlet Adaptive Assessments
Create adaptive experiences that choose which fixed-form testlet to load at each decision point.
Fixed Form Assessments with Sections
Divide single assessments into discrete buckets of items, restricting navigation and optionally using different activity configurations for each section.
Using Dynamic Content And "Try Again" in Assessments
This demo showcases the Try Again functionality. Try Again allows students to ask for another set of data for the Question they are attempting.
Learnosity's Assessment delivery APIs are designed to be flexible and customizable, making it easy to trigger behavior, and react to user choices, inside your own platform.
Offer Accessibility Controls and Assistive Tools
Beyond our ability to work with system-level screen-readers, braille displays, and keyboard helpers behind the scenes, Learnosity provides in-built accessibility options which can be configured, extended and set as defaults.
Add Question Hints & Worked Solutions
Extend our standard assessments to provide powerful hint and worked-solution functionality.
Display Distractor Rationale
Use Learnosity metadata to power distractor rationale for inline student feedback.
Allow Students to Preview Assessment Content
Provide a short period of reading time before a timed assessment clock starts ticking.
Lock Questions to Prevent Further Edits
Learn how to disable questions based on user behavior, such as when limiting question attempts.
Restrict Responses and Navigation
Customize the Learnosity experience by ensuring students have attempted a definable minimum threshold of questions.
Index Assessment Questions
Turn on automatic question numbering for students.
Provide Advanced Audio Features
Dive deeper into audio quality, and get the information you need to make sure your students' audio is clear and easy to use.
Use Your Existing MathJax Instance for Math Rendering
In cases where you have customized your own MathJax rendering, learn how to disable Learnosity's rendering and use your configuration.
Customize the Assessment Player UI
Use Learnosity's regions to personalize and extend the Assessment player layout.
Bind to Items API Events
Use the 'on' public method to bind to authoring events, supporting custom notifications and actions.
Enable Annotations for Student Use
Annotations API offers students the ability to type notes, add multi-color highlights to text, place sticky notes onto the page, and use a pen tool to annotate the content.
Right-to-Left Language Support
This demo demonstrates the Learnosity approach to handling right-to-left languages.
Handling Submission Failures and Preserving Responses
Give your students options for reattempting submissions, or saving responses, when a network connection is suddenly unavailable.