eInstruction Launches Workspace-ExamView Edition
Ed tech developer eInstruction has released Workspace-ExamView Edition, a new version of the Workspace digital classroom suite that couples ExamView's assessment tools with interactive classroom technologies, such as clickers and whiteboards.
ExamView is an assessment suite that includes tools for creating and administering tests and analyzing results. It includes a style gallery, support for paper- or computer-based tests, and various management tools. Workspace is an assessment solution designed to integrate tests with Interwrite's student response systems, otherwise known as classroom clickers.
Interwrite was acquired by eInstruction earlier this year. Workspace-ExamView Edition, the first package released since the merger, is also the first tool that brings ExamView content to classroom response systems, whiteboards, and pads.
Some features include:
- Compatibility with CPS and PRS classroom clickers;
- Support for Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel;
- Handwriting recognition with automatic lookup in 86 languages; and
- New gallery features for dragging and dropping assets, adding files to categories, and creating new categories;
Workspace-ExamView Edition is available now for $249 and is also included free with Interwrite's interactive whiteboards and pads.
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