Deliveries: An Overview
Deliveries provide the means of publishing and administering Tests. These govern when a test is taken, by whom, and how long it is.
This section provides an overview of how to manage your deliveries, including what you need to do to construct them, and what to do with them afterwards.
1. Creating a new Delivery
A delivery is a published test. In practice, publishing a test – i.e. creating a delivery – involves assembling all of the information required to assign and send out a particular test to selected Test-takers. This includes such information as the test which is to be delivered, the group of test-takers to receive the test, and the circumstances (in particular the time frame) in which the test may be taken. See the Tests section for more details on what a test is before it is assembled as a delivery.
A new delivery can then be put together: see Creating a new Delivery for information on how to do this.
2. Using your delivery with test-takers
Once your delivery is assembled, the groups of test-takers identified are able to sit the assessment you have prepared within the defined scenario. The Results can then be collected for the whole delivery. For details on how to view the results of your delivery, see the section on Viewing Results.