EduBrite releases new version of Gilly 1.1

Gilly 1.1 – Key features in this release are:

  • Support for embedding courses via Course Player macro. This allows embedding courses in wiki pages. Courses need to be created in EduBrite Business Edition microsite.  More details on macro is available here
  • Support for numeric choice labels in quizzes and surveys (apart from A, B, C… you can now create quizzes and surveys to show choice labels as 1, 2, 3…)
  • Usability enhancements in taking test, by allowing click to be done anywhere on choice, rather than requiring click on checkbox or radio button

Availability: Gilly 1.1 is compatible with Atlassian Confluence 3.1 to Confluence 4.0.5

What’s Gilly?

Gilly is a plugin which integrates EduBrite training and assessment platform with Confluence to allow tests (quizzes), surveys, assessments and courses (from Gilly 1.1) to be delivered within Confluence to meet your teams and businesses need.

Gilly not only helps in skill assessment, but it also provides detailed feedback for skill and competency improvement in an individual student or employee. Each test attempt is recorded and tracked by the system, and the administrator can see a consolidated view of a user’s activities and scores.

Gilly allows trainers, educators and team/group leads to conduct formal or informal trainings for their team members and employees.

Gilly is useful for a wide spectrum of use cases, such as online training, employee assessment, customer support, distance learning and online exams. Gilly can be used for informal practice tests and quizzes as well as formal exams such as certification tests and formative assessments.

Note – Click here to find more information about Gilly.

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