Interactive Assessment

Robust and embeddable

We're experts in assessment and will always go the extra mile to help set a new standard. As part of this mission, we deliver your assessment items whenever and wherever you need them, using a lightweight embeddable JavaScript toolkit.

Assessment at scale is all about peak capacity, but building for peak capacity is a major challenge for the average edtech company. Exceptional companies, however, meet that challenge head on.

To ensure your assessments stay up and stay fast, even when everyone answers at once, we've built scalable assessment tools optimized for data capture. Leveraging Learnosity can therefore help get you to market faster, with a reliable, ready-made assessment infrastructure.

If you do need to store some or all of your own data, our tools give you that flexibility too. We're an open platform, so your data is always yours to extract, import, and manage however you please.

Standalone assessment experience

If you need standalone assessment that's fast, reliable and responsive, start with our battle-tested assess player and configure it the way you want. Our assess app supports paging and navigation, answer review, administrator controls, localization, lazy loading, timed assessment with pause, resume and timeouts, and a host of other extras, all with super-simple configuration.

Standalone assessment example

Embedded items

If your questions need to fit seamlessly into your learning content, we can render individual items anywhere in your app. Our inline delivery gives you full control over where your items are placed, when they're displayed, and how they look.

Embedded assessment example

The Zhou Political System

The Zhou dynasty succeeded the Shang Dynasty, and brought a new order to China. Ruling through lords helped the Zhou control distant areas and helped ensure loyalty to the king. Over time, however, the political order broke down. Lords passed their power to their sons, who were less loyal to the king. Local rulers gained power. They began to reject the authority of the Zhou kings. In 221 BCE, Qin Shi Huang conquered the warring states of China to become the first emperor of the Qin dynasty.

Zhou Cultural Expansion

The Zhou dynasty was a golden age of culture in ancient China. Confucious spread the ideas of humane altruism and social harmony, and the state developed a system of feudal farming, where a central crop was tended by workers from surrounding properties. This system was called well-field farming, because the central communal farm and eight surrounding private farms would form a grid similar to the chinese character for 'well' (井).

The period also represented the culmination of 2,000 years of China's tradition in bronzework and jade carving, with many elaborate examples from the time. In the late Zhou, the use of iron and then steel would expand, and usher in a new age of conquest and industry.

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