Add-on to the production process to be able to send Quiz Results directly to email. Without using “TechSmith’s Quiz Services” and Screencast.com.

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Need to have Camtasia Quiz videos run on a
local machine, in a close Network or the cloud technology.

The advantage of “self-contained Quiz Results and email feature” included in the Quiz Video is that the customer only needs a TechSmith’s Video player to play Video Quizzes—and will create “Quiz Results” that will be sent to customer’s email.

A Video Quiz with a “self-contained Quiz Results and email feature” to be used by customers that do not want to use LMS systems and do not want to have their company Videos go external to TechSmith “Quiz Results Service or Screencast.com to host their Video Quizzes because of security.

Demonstrations of “Proof of Concept” and “Prototypes” will be easier because little time will be needed to discuss new Technology Infrastructure and more time will be spent on the e-learning solution.  All e-learning Quiz Video solutions will be deployed on Infrastructure currently being used by the customer.

Customers today are embracing cloud technology (Dropbox, Box, OneDrive) for its flexibility, scalability, and efficiency and have been tested by the customer as a secure environment for computing.  Also it would be great for Camtasia to leverage cloud technology too.


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Jako11

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Jako11

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Just wondering if any one had others ideas to a "self contain Quiz reporting via email". No LMS, Screencasring, or TechSmiths e-mail quiz reporting . Would another Software solution be than Camtasia Quizzing? Thank you i greatly appreciate your feedback.
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wendy.hamilton, TechSmith CEO

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So I'm interested in understanding the problem you are trying to solve better.  Can you clarify your restrictions in where you put content?  It sounds like you are ok with putting your video on dropbox, box, onedrive cloud but not ok with putting it on a TechSmith cloud - why?  are you ok with putting the actual quiz result data on a TechSmith cloud if the video resides elsewhere?

Is it people external to your organization who will take the quiz, or only people within your company intranet? 

There are a few technical decisions in a different quizzing solution - one is getting the quiz to work with a third party video player where the video is hosted, the other is where to store the quiz data being collected, the other is how to enable the quiz creator to access the data.  What are your preferences for each?
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