NYU-SCPS chooses OWL Testing Software for Language Proficiency Assessments for Two Programs within its Division of Liberal Studies and Allied Arts
The University of Tennessee at Knoxville (UTK) Installs OWL Testing Software for English Speaking Proficiency (ESL) Testing
Time and time again our customers tell us what they like most about OWL Testing Software is it flexibility. Unlike most pre-packaged language learning systems, OWL can be applied to a multitude of language learning scenarios across a variety of organizations. And OWL’s development team is constantly working, in collaboration with our customers and partners, to find even more ways to increase language learning around the world.
Canada's Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) has selected OWL for their Workshops Online
The Department of Modern Languages at the College of Staten Island recently implemented new oral OWL Testing Software. The platform is now being used by more than 800 CSI students for all proficiency levels of French, Spanish, and Italian. There are also plans for the Department to employ the software for the assessment of Mandarin Chinese and Basic Arabic later this semester.
This release helps users to improve the reliability of student response, improves the efficiency of online test administration, and improve the test authoring and editing functions.
District-wide PALS Competition reaches 1392 Students, 18 Different Schools, 47,806 Practice Activities, in 2 Weeks
Poudre School District selects OWL Testing Software for Foreign Language Students
Lewis University Chooses OWL Testing Software for Web-Based Foreign Language Proficiency Testing
Cheating? Everyone Used to Do It! | A discussion of how online testing software can improve testing integrity | Just look up the topic of “cheating on tests” on the internet and you might be surprised find thousands of links—everything from studies showing the widespread prevalence of cheating to tips for students on how to cheat! Most of the methods for cheating have been around for a long time and are well known—such as crib sheets, passing down tests from student to student and year to year, or simply looking on someone else’s paper. Nowadays, students are finding new and unintended uses for modern technology in their quest to pass courses the easy way.