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What is question banking?

Question banking software is the perfect solution to exam management no matter how big or small your organisation is. In this blog, we explore some of the benefits of using a digital question bank.

A very merry Maxinity Christmas

It’s been a very busy and exciting year for Maxinity, and as we draw closer to Christmas we take the chance to reflect on a couple of our highlights from 2016.

With digital exam software, you can speed up your feedback process and provide your students with quality personalised feedback. But what sorts of information should you be giving your students?

Cheat detection in digital exam software can help you monitor suspicious behaviour easily and efficiently, to ensure your students are being tested equally. Beating the cheats has never been easier, but how does it work?

Are you attending AMEE 2016? Come and visit us at booth C35 for a chat and the chance to enter our challenge to win. Also, don't miss out on the chance to experience Maxexam for yourself.

Maxinity are moving!

Maxinity are moving! Read on for our updated contact details and to find out more about our adventure and the wonderful place we are moving to.

Course evaluation forms are an important part of improving the quality of your courses. The incentive is there, delegates know they need to complete the evaluation to get their certificate, but are you asking the right questions to get the answers you need? It may be time to spring clean your questions and increase the quality of your feedback.

What does the future hold for e-Assessment? What is ‘speed learning’? Quickly find out the take-home messages from this year’s e-Assessment Question conference.

It may surprise you to learn that you could reduce costs as well as manage time and resources more efficiently by switching to a digital exam management system. Learn more about the benefits that you could be missing out on by delivering your exams on paper.

This week the Maxinity team is planning our trip to London for the 14th Annual e-Assessment Question conference and exhibition. The goal for this year’s conference is “To examine how the tools, techniques and technologies of e-Assessment can respond to the challenges of the world we live in. Learners’ expectations are those of the digital age.”

Knowing what to look for in an exam management and delivery system is hard when you're not completely sure what the key essentials are. Read our guide on the key questions you need to ask when considering moving to computer based assessments.

Find out the key learning points from the 8th e-Vocational Conference and a sneak preview of the findings from the Jisc e-assessment survey