Netquiz Web+ is a comprehensive tool for creating, posting and managing online formative and summative questionnaires. They are designed using one of 15 different types of items: classification, dictation, essay, fill in the blanks, highlight, identify parts of an image, matching board, multiple answers, multiple choice, page, revision, sequencing, short answer, and true or false. Each item can include images, sounds, videos, terms linked to an interactive glossary, and detailed feedback.
Assessments made in Netquiz Web+ can be programmed, and the results are easily compiled and exported. The answer interface is user-friendly and compatible with all devices.
Designed and developed by the CCDMD at the end of the 1990s, Netquiz is a widely used resource in the education community. The tool has evolved over time and has not failed to adapt to the realities and imperatives of technology with the periodic release of updated versions:
- Netquiz Pro 2.9 (2006)
- Netquiz Pro 4 (2010)
- Netquiz Web (2014)
- And now, Netquiz Web+(2020)
The latest version, Netquiz Web+, works similarly to the previous one, except for the following significant improvements:
- New summative section with the possibility to program assessments and export results.
- New Revision item to find and correct errors in a text.
- New visual format of the answer interface that is compatible with all devices.
It is also no longer necessary to download the application to a computer or to host it on a server. All you need is to request an account from the Netquiz Web+ website.
Example of a questionnaire created with Netquiz Web+: Cinequiz
FeaturesDiscipline(s) : 000 - Interdisciplinary resources
Publication : 2020
Netquiz Web+ was developed primarily for college teachers and students in Quebec, but anyone who wishes to use it for educational purposes can request an account.
The CCDMD allows other sites to use hyperlinks directing to Netquiz Web+, but any redirection to a paid-access site is strictly prohibited. A citation including the source (Collegial Center for Educational Materials Development) and the website address (netquiz.ccdmd.qc.ca) is always required.
Any commercial use of Netquiz Web+ must be subject to a specific agreement between the requester and the CCDMD. For more information, contact the CCDMD by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (514‑873‑2200).