A plugin for running quizzes live in a classroom. It works well with Multiple Choice questions and employs AJAX to show responses in real-time.
This plugin, and work around it, was presented at MootUS15. John Hoopes is a developer at the University of Wisconsin, so it has their backing.
This plugin is based on one by Davo Smith (Realtime Quiz, which seems to have been abandoned except for version updates).
|Plugins survey usage
||The plugin was not covered by the Plugins Usage Survey (2015).
||2.6 to 2.9
||As at Dec 4, 2015
||Every few months
|Feedback about plugin
|Documentation and help
||OK||A bit cumbersome. There are quite a few buttons and bit more of the progression could be automated.
|Translations||Quite a few
||Chinese, Czech, English, French, Indonesian, Italian, Korean, Occitan, Portuguese (Brazil), Romanian, Serbian, Spanish, Spanish - Mexico, Spanish - Venzuela
||No worries there.
||When run through the Code Checker, there were a number of issues. They were mostly formatting issues.
||Uses un-themable buttons in interface
||Shows user names live while responding. There is an anonymous option, but perhaps that should be the default.
||There were no unit tests or automated behavioural tests.
||Some dynamic actions without ARIA tags
General recommendation: An good choice for schools and other sectors. It is not the simplest module, but provides desired functionality.