Quick Starter Guide

This is a quick guide page to explore on the capabilities of inQuiry.

The following section explains about the components of inQuiry on a high level and references to the respective areas of this microsite.

InQuiry has 3 components as stated below,

  • Question & Question Set Editor (QuML Editor)

  • Question Set Player (QuML Player)

  • Question & Question Set Service (Micro-service)

The specification that enables all these 3 components work in tandem is a standard called QuML (Question Markup Language)

inQuiry components

The section below gives a high level overview of how the inQuiry components functions together. More details here.

What is QuML?

QuML defines a standard format for representation of questions, tests and their results, supporting the exchange of this material between authoring and delivery systems, repositories and other e-learning systems.

More details on QuML is available here.

QuML is a specification for storage, rendering and distribution of Questions and QuestionSets.

Key advantages are,

  • Interoperability

  • Longevity

  • Reusability

Different types of questions supported

As part of the standard offering, inQuiry supports the below questions out of the box

  • Multiple Choice Question

  • Multi-select Multiple Choice Question

  • Subjective Question

The service layer is capable for creating a variety of different question types adhering to the QuML specification.

Examples of adopter implementation of question types are as follow,

  • Fill In The Blanks

  • Date

  • Slider

  • etc.

Technology stack used in inQuiry Components

Editor is build using: Angular / HTML5 / CSS

Player is build using: Angular / HTML5 / CSS

Service is build using: Play Framework / Scala

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