Learnosity's Items API provides a simple way to access content from the Learnosity item bank, and to optionally pull in activities (assessments) that can be embedded in your pages. It leverages the Questions API and the Assess API as appropriate.
The Items API also supports both items and testlet adaptive assessments.
With the flick of a switch turn items into assessments. Truly write once - use anywhere.
Uses the power of our Assess API for a full assessment experience.
Display items from the Learnosity item bank in no time with the Items API.
Leverages the Questions API's power and makes it faster to integrate.
Regions are a part of the Assess API configuration that allow you to create a personalized, fluid and extensible assessment UI.
Showcases the Accessibility panel that allows students to configure accessibility options during an assessment.
Shows examples of using inline hints for questions.
Shows examples of instant feedback to students, as they attempt questions.
Shows examples of loading assessments using activities authored in the Learnosity item bank.
A dynamic assessment that adapts to the user's ability in real time, on a per item basis.
A dynamic assessment that adapts which testlet to show a user based on performance.
A simple dynamic assessment that selects the next item or branch based on past performance. This assessment does not require complex server-side algorithms, and can be entirely parametrized from the activity definition.
Sections are a way to split up a single activity into discreet buckets of items, with the ability to have different activity configuration per section.
Simulates submitting an activity where the network connection may not be available. Students get 3 attempts to submit a test before being presented with options to manually retrieve their assessment data.
Shows how to customize the questions Check Answer button logic
Shows the ability to restrict the assessment navigation and display a message to the student when is missing question responses.
Integrating Learnosity with third-party systems.