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(Oct-2019) This post outlines innovations and enhancements introduced with OWL version 6.11. Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) Suspected Cheating, System Check Review, hyperlink, localized login, and more.
(Apr-2019) This post outlines innovations and enhancements introduced with OWL version 6.10. New online testing innovations include: File Response Items, Interview Items, New Device Check.
(Dec-2018) This page outlines innovations and enhancements introduced with OWL version 6.8.0.
We are excited about several innovations and enhancements introduced with OWL version 6.5. Please continue reading to learn about new features and improvements like Word Count on Essay and Translation Items, more support for Right-to-Left Testing, additional Reports, updated Reporting Interface and Context-Sensitive Help.
OWL v. 6.4.1 introduces a new user role of results viewer, updates to certain reports, and various under-the-hood improvements to enhance system efficiency.
OWL v. 6.2.0 introduces many exciting new features including: Webcam Session Monitoring, Improved Math Rendering, Image Enlargement, Single Sign On, and Expanded Auto Registration. Continue reading to learn more about these features and other improvements.
OWL version 6.0 includes important under-the-hood upgrades to make the test management system more responsive and more scalable. This release also includes important changes to the user interface to make the OWL TMS more flexible and increase compatibility with mobile devices. While all OWL hosted users will have access to the upgraded system, changes to the user interface will be most apparent to System Administrators, Test Administrators and Instructors. We realize that changes to the interface can initially be uncomfortable for our users. However, we think that you will quickly become familiar with the the new layout and we hope that you will see the benefits of the new simplified interface.
Web API enhancements, template variables, assessment processing algorithms.
Case sensitive rating, template variables.
Enhancements, additions and design changes.