User Experience

Core to the success of the Religious Literacy Assessment system is the consideration given to student, teacher and administrator experiences. Ongoing improvements to the system are very much driven by the feedback we receive from all the user cohorts.

Online Behaviour
  • The system design handles multi-clicks and submits when saving answers
  • Using student names in logins assists young students with login entries
  • Evidence has shown that students have few problems with online assessment interfaces
  • Large choice of supported devices and platforms ensures students can work with their preferred equipment
  • Ramdomisation of questions and responses mean that traditional test conditions can be upheld
Administration and Support
  • Real time support and feedback from technical staff and system developers
  • A clear, easy to use administration system providing instant status updates and results
  • Trial testing periods provide a practice run and iron out any concerns
  • Training provided through user guides, video overviews and face-to-face seminar days
  • Evaluations and feedback are integrated into new iterations of the system design
Improving Outcomes
  • Confidence in a system with over 5 years of success
  • Integration of relevant topics from the Religious Education curriculum
  • Defines Religious Literacy as an equally valid subject to other areas
  • Can become involved with writing and designing questions
  • Reporting provides extractable conclusions at either a school or diocesan level
  • Provides opportunities for improving methods and processes in Religious Education