[K12OSN] Exam Generator Programs

Rob Owens robowens at myway.com
Fri Jan 21 17:47:12 UTC 2005

I'm sure you've thought of it already, but you could try running those programs under wine.  Or you could try Crossover Office.  They offer a full-featured trial download (30 days).  http://www.codeweavers.com


 --- On Fri 01/21, Liam Marshall < lsrpm at mts.net > wrote:
From: Liam Marshall [mailto: lsrpm at mts.net]
To: k12osn at redhat.com
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2005 11:34:38 -0600
Subject: [K12OSN] Exam Generator Programs

The only two programs currently keeping me from switching my laptop to a <br>dedicated Linux machine instead of dual booting is a program called <br>Markbook, by Assylum software, for keeping track of student marks, and <br>ExamView Pro Test Generator , which gives you the ability to keep <br>"Question Banks" and then generate quizzes/tests from the question banks.<br><br>I have yet to discover a good Linux alternative for either of these <br>programs.  The Markbook program issue I can sidestep because it also <br>comes in a Mac flavour and I have a single Mac available for graphic ad <br>work etc.<br><br>The test generator I would like to find an alternative to because it <br>would allow me to be much more homogeneous environment in the lab, and I <br>could take my laptop home and mark assignments in 1 OS, and not have to <br>switch/dual boot it<br><br>Anyone have options for me?<br><br>Thanks in advance<br><br>_______________________________________________<br>K12OSN maili!
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