I have a quick question about a requirement I need to fill while seeking an open-source platform. Basically, I need to have users (potentially anonymous) take a survey, and then receive feedback after the survey is over based on the choices they made.
This would require the appropriate feedback to be added per response, and then collated at the end based on their responses. It may even assign a point value to each response and then provide additional feedback at the end based on the point total. The types of surveys are often given in magazines, so when you get to the end, it can give you overall recommendations for whatever the survey was about (dieting, dating, etc) based on your responses. The tech version allows you to get even more specific with that addition of feedback for each individual response possible.
Does this make sense? Is this possible with Moodle with some additional modules possibly, and/or does anybody know of any other open-source CMS system to accomplish this type of thing?
Thanks a bunch!
A very interesting feature that developers should consider but, as far as I know, there's no possibility to do this in Moodle up to version 1.6+
With the non-standard Feedback module, you can get anonymous users to take a survey, but they won't get any feedback based upon their responses after completing the task. You can include a text which will be displayed to all users independently of what their responses were.