Quizzes are one of the most powerful and popular assessment tools available with our learning management system. The purpose behind that is the flexibility and automation available with this assessment tool.

There are different types of quizzes like multiple-choice questions, pictorial answer choices, progressive difficulty levels, time-limited quizzes, attempt limited quizzes, and many other such varieties. The answers to quizzes can be self-graded and you can automate when a learner needs to take a quiz and what happens when the learner performs more or less than the qualifying marks. These questions are saved in the Question bank and can be re-used in various other quizzes. Training courses will be much engaging and easier.

Few guidelines for the user:

1. The instructor can modify quiz availability and duration for different groups of learners

2. The instructor can specify times when the quiz is accessible for pupils to make attempts

3. When chosen a time limit, a countdown timer is shown in the quiz navigation block

4. Learners may be allowed to have single or multiple attempts

5. Quizzes are automatically graded 

6. Quizzes can be attempted multiple times, on the instructor's approval

7. Set passing grades

8. Restrict accessibility by password


An aggregator website provides a single platform for information and centralized logins. The streamlining and centralizing of content and systems encourage usage by reducing the overall time and effort spent looking for the information online. Your users will continue to enjoy the benefits.


Our aggregated websites collect information from several websites across the internet. Thus, they have wider catalogs, better options and a broader range of information for the users. This can help grow across multiple categories and genres and allow a wider scope.


The depth of the content becomes overwhelming when a website gets too large. There is a possibility that the site will go beyond its expected scope and thus becomes irrelevant. Users check the scope of the content they want to read. Therefore, using an aggregator that gives you full control with filtering options is important.

Wider Reach

The websites that draw the user's attention from which the information is being collected. This leads to less marketing and greater sustainable traffic.

Decreased Costs

Aggregator websites do not obtain the costs of their sources. For example, because it does not need original content, an aggregator website does not need to pay authors. The only costs incurred are those that are used on the technology which is typically a fixed one-time cost. ⠀We do not incur expenses on advertisements, as their sources advertise. We concentrate on increasing brand value. Using aggregators benefit carrying with the same products, content, and information.

Data/Information Ownership

Since they have a wider scope, with the help of aggregators we have a better understanding of consumer patterns and trends. We don't guide our users directly to the source of the information. Rather ensure all the information they possess stays with them and can be used further to benefit the aggregator.

Reduces Mobilization Risks

The networking of companies brings about many obstacles to user adoption. Aggregators mitigate all these obstacles by circumventing many of the relationships of networked businesses.

The primary goal is to gather and share quality web content that would be difficult to find. Most of the publications cannot challenge with search engines. Thus, we use content aggregators to find the publication's information and put it in a place that readers can access it. This is to ensure that consumers find the right information that they need in one place rather than many irrelevant results from a search engine.