We're into eLearning and have developed a number of quizzes for various courses.

Now we are looking for a CMS/system which could do something like this -

  • Allow us to create accounts for clients. Once an account is created and quizzes are in place rest should be driven by our clients.
  • Clients should be able to choose how many employees/students they wish to enroll for a particular quiz.
  • Client should be able to choose a fixed number of questions from a set of questions already in the quiz, duration and should be able to set pass rates for their employees/students.
  • As soon as their employees/student completes an exam, client should get an email with pass/fail rate.

Wondering if there is any CMS which has functionality near to what I discussed above?

  • :( Well, I found a tag "CMS" here. In case others too feel the same - I am sorry - mods please transfer it. With so many SE siblings popping up every day, at times it is confusing to decide where should we post a question. May be I'll go ahead and vote for new community for CMS cms.se.com :)
    – Ankur Jain
    Apr 21, 2011 at 22:23
  • I've edited your question (so it can be migrated) and flagged it for migration. Webmasters SE is a perfect site for this.
    – Tim Post
    Apr 21, 2011 at 22:40
  • Moodle? Schools use it for that, and other features. it's a bit heavy.
    – dkuntz2
    Apr 22, 2011 at 2:12
  • @DKuntz2 - Thanks. So Moodle can do ALL what I have described above?
    – Ankur Jain
    Apr 22, 2011 at 7:39
  • Just as a cross-reference, there's a similar Stack Overflow question.
    – Su'
    Apr 22, 2011 at 16:44

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hey moodle is one good cms which will help you. and if you want to have everything what you want,then go and make a simple CMS for yourself in PHP or any other web develpment language.

  • I personally know Moodle Quizes, but I'm interested to know if there are Quizz-only scripts out there. For other types of simple quizes installing and configuring Moodle is just to much.
    – Osvaldo
    Apr 22, 2011 at 10:20
  • Do you mean Later on fine-tuning and additional configuring ? As for what is installing, using the Moodle Bitnami installer (at bitnami.org) does seem easy to me.
    – S.gfx
    Apr 25, 2011 at 7:48
  • +1 @Osvaldo There are various modules for Drupal and Joomla that would let you build this, but it would be a bit like using a screwdriver as a hammer.
    – Dan Blows
    Apr 30, 2011 at 12:46

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