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ONYX Editor

 

Create, publish, structure: Use the ONYX authoring tool to simply and intuitively create multimedia tasks and combine them into exams, tests or questionnaires. Take advantage of the wide range of interaction types, and setting and structure options, to design custom e-assessment scenarios that meet your own needs. Enjoy long-term benefits from storing your test data in the standard IMS QTI format, and use a range of import and export options to convert existing test data.

Create your quizzes and interactive assessments standard compliant to IMS QTI 2.1 online with the ONYX WebEditor.
Start now and register for free: http://onyx-editor.org

 


 

Test it: Use the free basic version of the ONYX Editor and see for yourself its excellent user-friendliness and wide range of functions.

 

License it: You want to use immediately all functionalities of the ONYX Editors? 

Access here the ONYX Editor License.

By simply licensing the editor  you get access to other test design functions and can use the wide range of import and export formats.

Function


 

 

A global overview about all functionalities of the ONYX Editor versions are available in the function overview.

System requirements

 

Best results can be achieved with the following browsers:

  • Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Internet Explorer 9+
  • Current Version of Flash plugin

 

System requirements for the ONYX Desktop-Editor

 

  • Windows XP
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows 7
  • Windows Vista

 

Supported are Intel and 100 compatible processors.
It is recommended to use a Pentium processor with 1GHz or higher and a RAM of at least 256 MB. You should dispose of at least 200 MB of availabe hard-disk space.

 

A current Java-Version is needed (Java JRE as from version 6).

 

You do not have the correct operating system?

We also offer test versions for further operating systems (e.g. Linux 32Bit/64Bit). Unfortunately we are not able to offer support for those systems, yet.