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AI Powered Dynamic Assessments &
Automated Marking

A user friendly platform to create and automatically mark dynamic assessments
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What is a dynamic assessment?

A dynamic assessment consists of dynamic questions. Each question is defined with parameter(s) and corresponding values.
For example: the dynamic version of the question "Sam bought 2 books" become, "Name bought X books". Name: Sam, David X: 2, 3
In this example, Name and X are parameters and Sam, David, 2, 3 are the corresponding values.
This example has now 4 different variations, Sam bought 2 books, David bought 3 books , etc...

Bitbolide Features

Simple User Interface

Our number one priority was to develop a user-centred platform. No coding knowledge is necessary.

One question, hundreds of variations

For a given question with n = 3 different parameters and m = 5 number of values for each parameter, the total number of variation would be 5 * 5 * 5 = 125.

One test, thousands of variations

For a 10-question test, you may choose more than 10 questions. For example, for question 1, you may select 3 dynamic questions, so not only each question will have different variations, the student may randomly see one of the 3 possibilities for question 1.

Share

Share your questions with your colleagues or if you don't have time to generate dynamic questions, assign your teaching assistants to create questions and share them with you.

Tested

Made and tested by university professors in Toronto, Canada.

Customizable

Out of the box, the default configurations will be sufficient to utilize BitBolide platforms. However, most features are customizable to meet your specific needs.

How Does It Work?

Step 1: Prepare Questions

Decide dynamic parts of the question. In this question, the names, number of books bought and number of books lent were chosen.

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Step 2: Assign Parameters

Assign each parameter to a variable name. In this question, names were assign variable A, number of books bought, variable B and number of books lent, variable C.

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Step 3: Write the question

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Done! You created 27 (3X3X3) variations of the same question!

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