Overview of the possibilities

Background

The table below gives a high-level overview of the properties of the supported assessmentQ interfaces. More information is available on the detail page for each interface.

  Single Sign-On (SSO)
(ADFS, OAuth, ...)
API LTI Push results Roche IT1000
Users managed outside Edumatic(1) Y Y Y - -
Support for active pushing of users N Y
(to be imple-mented by the integrator)
N - -
Support for group management Only via ADFS

Y
(to be imple-mented by the integrator)

N

- -
Enables automatic login to ... Portal/Player/Backoffice Player Player - -
User details stored in assessmentQ database Name (mandatory)
E-mail (mandatory)
User name(2)
Groups
Language
Date of birth
dummy password generated
All details can be filled in
+ support for setting password

Name (mandatory)

E-mail (mandatory)

- -
Entry point Edumatic customer channel URL Integrator's solution or platform LTI Consumer (e.g. Canvas, Blackboard, ProctorExam, ...)  Edumatic Edumatic
Supports for reporting results - Y
Triggered by the integrator
(e.g. when finishing a player session)
Y
If LTI Consumer supports the LTI Basic Outcome Service
Y
Pushed towards the integrator after finishing a session by means of contacting a custom web service
Y
Pushed towards the integrator after finishing a session as a CSV file
Reporting details - Full control, see API docu-mentation Overall obtained score for the publication Start time
Stop time
Duration
User details
Score (on publication level)
Max score (on publication level)
Passed/not passed
Start time
Stop time
User details
Score (on publication level)
Max score (on publication level)

Notes:

  • (1)this only applies to the creation of users, deleting users is not supported.
  • (2)In case the user name is not specified, the e-mail address is used.
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