learningAssessment

Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) Version 1.3 Part 3: All-Inclusive Edition

version
1.3
author
OASIS DITA Technical Committee

A Learning Assessment topic presents questions or interactions that measure progress, encourage recollection, and stimulate reinforcement of the learning content, and can be presented before the content as a pre-assessment or as a post-assessment test. The interactions use a sub-set of the Question-Test Interoperability (QTI) specification, implemented as a DITA domain specialization.

Inheritance

- topic/topic learningBase/learningBase learningAssessment/learningAssessment

Example

<learningAssessment id="testAssess">
  <title>Certification Test</title>
    <shortdesc>Pass this test, and you are a certified genius.</shortdesc>
    <learningAssessmentbody>
      <lcIntro>Here's your test, folks. Good luck!</lcIntro>
      <lcInteraction>
        <lcSingleSelect id="asdf">
        <title>Multiple Choice - IEEE standards trivia</title>
          <lcQuestion>Which one of the listed standards committees 
          is responsible for developing the token ring specification?</lcQuestion>
          <lcAnswerOptionGroup>
            <lcAnswerOption>
              <lcAnswerContent>IEEE 802.3</lcAnswerContent>
            </lcAnswerOption>
            <lcAnswerOption>
              <lcAnswerContent>IEEE 802.5</lcAnswerContent>
              <lcCorrectResponse/>
            </lcAnswerOption>
            <lcAnswerOption>
              <lcAnswerContent>IEEE 802.6</lcAnswerContent>
            </lcAnswerOption>
          </lcAnswerOptionGroup>
        </lcSingleSelect>
      </lcInteraction>
      <lcSummary>
        <title>Summary</title>
        You are now certified.
      </lcSummary>
    </learningAssessmentbody>
  </learningAssessment>

Attributes

The following attributes are available on this element: Universal attribute group (with a narrowed definition of id, given below), Architectural attribute group, and outputclass.

id (REQUIRED)
An anchor point. This ID is usually required as part of the href or conref syntax when cross referencing or reusing content within the topic; it also enables topicref elements in DITA maps to optionally reference a specific topic within a DITA document. This attribute is defined with the XML Data Type ID.