The e-learning and assessment systems became a dominant technology nowadays and distribute across the globe. With severe consequences of COVID19-like crises, the key importance of such technology appeared in which courses, quizzes and questionnaires have to be conducted remotely. Moreover, the use of Learning Management Systems (LMSs), such as blackboard, eCollege, and Moodle, has been sanctioned in all respects of education. This paper presents an open-source interactive Quiz Maker and Management System (QMMS) that suits the research, education (under-grad, grad, or post-grad), and industrial organizations to perform distant quizzes, training and questionnaires with an integration facility with other LMS tools such as Moodle. The proposed system supports three basic levels: 1) administration, 2) instructors, and 3) learners at the micro-level teaching. The proposed system is adopted using .Net framework integrated with SQL-Server database engine that compromise between performance, security and stability. The proposed QMMS is described through different phases of Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) including detailed analysis, design, implementation, testing, verification, and maintenance in order to exploit the importance of the analysis and design of LMS from the software engineering point of view. A comparative analysis, among the proposed system and a recent list of challenging ones, is presented in different aspects that shows the effectiveness, reliability and validity of proposed tool. Moreover, the proposed QMMS shows an enhancement ratio of up to 42.19% in response time perspective as compared to Moodle system in the case of massive concurrent transactions.
Elshafey, Mohamed Abdelmoneim Dr. and Ghoniemy, Tarek Said Dr.
"The Development of QMMS: A Case Study for Reliable Online Quiz Maker and Management System,"
Future Computing and Informatics Journal: Vol. 6:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/fcij/vol6/iss2/3