Questionmark Authoring Guide
The Authoring section of Questionmark allows you to create questions and assessments.
This product guide is designed to help enable users to find out about the features of Authoring.
The Questionmark Authoring Guide contains the following sections:
- Welcome screen
- Topics and questions (Topics)
- Assessments (Assessments)
- Metatags (Metatags)
- Managing access to topics and assessment folders (Manage access)
- Working with questions
Using assessment results to make fair decisions
Questionmark software can be used to assess a participant's knowledge, skills, and attitudes as well as allocate a score. This score should be considered one piece of evidence about a participant's knowledge, skill, and/or attitude. When using this score or Questionmark data to make decisions about a participant, such as whether to hire, promote, fire, or certify the participant, you and your organization are responsible for the quality and validation of assessments. You should review and evaluate the participant's score along with other evidence to ensure the appropriate decision has been made. It's important to enter, maintain, and check assessment material correctly, validate assessments, and check scores and reports. See our blog, Questionmark white papers, and assessment industry good practice guidance for advice on creating fair, valid, reliable, and defensible assessments.