"To create, as a community, a leading e-assessment management system that is scalable, secure, useable and extensible."
Rogō is an enterprise level assessment management system and survey platform created by the University of Nottingham. The system is capable of generating the following types of examinations and surveys:
- Formative Assessments (self-tests)
- Progress Tests
- Summative Assessments
- Surveys (questionnaires)
- Offline paper
- Student Peer Reviews
In any type of paper you can mix and match the following question types:
- Multiple Choice (MCQ)
- Multiple Response
- Extended Matching
- Flash interface
- Image Hotspots
- Likert Scales
- Script Concordance Test (SCT)
- Text Boxes
A range of multimedia sources can also be used with each question type including: graphics, audio files, animations and video.
Please visit rogo-eassessment-docs.atlassian.net for in depth documentation.
The Rogō issue tracker is available at rogo-eassessment.atlassian.net.
Details on our defect prioritisation matrix and be found here.
Contributing to the project is simple.
- Create a ticket in the issue tracker
If you have not used the issue tracker before. Feel free to skip this step and just submit a pull request, one of the reviewers would be more than happy to explain how to create an issue for your future contributions.
- Fork the rogoOSS repository.
- Checkout the develop branch
- Make your changes and commit to the develop branch on your repository
- Submit a pull request to the rogoOSS repository (develop branch).
- After a code review your contribution will be merged into the develop branch and schedule for a release.
Once your changes have been released it would be of great help if you could contribute some documentation if applicable in the Functional Specification and/or System Documentation areas. You will need permissions to do this so plase ask for them in the issue you raised in the above steps.
Rogō is copyright © 2016 and is held by the University of Nottingham. It is released under a GPL v3.0 open source license whereby partners can modify, extend and contribute to the project.
The Rogō team would like to thank the following for their support:
- Atlassian for providing licenses for JIRA, Gliffy and Confluence through their free to open source project .
- CrowdIn for providing a free open source license to manage our language packs.
- BrowserStack for providing a free subscription to enable us to improve our cross browser support.