Works with forms you design in any word processor or form designer. No need to purchase expensive preprinted forms.
Print or photocopy your forms in-house, saving you time and money.
Processes multi-page and double-sided forms.
No need for corner marks or any other special marks on forms. Respondents can use pen, pencil… even marker!
Place optical marks (bubbles), barcodes or computer-generated text (OCR) on your forms to capture virtually any type of information (multiple choice questions, demographics, etc.).
Scan forms right into the Remark software with a TWAIN compliant scanner or multi-function device with scanning. Data is produced instantaneously.
Use a multi-function printer(scanner, printer, copier, fax) on your network to produce images (TIFF, PCX, JPG, PDF) and process the images in Remark Office OMR. Makes image acquisition available from virtually any device.
Ability to add a default fill item to your data when scanning and importing images (e.g., a course identifier, session identifier, location, etc.).
Proven, patented OMR technology reads real world forms with erasures, crossed out marks, skewing, etc.
Eliminate pre-sorting of forms with automatic form, page and respondent identification features.
Capture handwriting as image snapshots and review in a single report. Or code handwritten comments into themes.
Simplify entering in qualitative data by using your microphone or headset with our speech recognition engine for entering hand written comments or correcting exceptions.
Use the simple exception correction facility to view problems on-screen and make changes. No need to go back to the paper forms.
Tracks changes made to data files for the utmost in security. Or, you can completely lock the data down so that changes are not allowed.
Email data directly to constituents as soon as it is collected.
Save data internally or export to 35+ formats.
Remark Office OMR includes Remark Quick Stats®, a built-in analysis and reporting package that is used to grade tests or tabulate survey style forms. With the click of a button, the software provides many standard reports. Reports are customizable in terms of information displayed, colors, fonts and graphics. All reports can be exported to various formats (PDF, Excel, HTML, and more) and emailed in order to get information into your constituents’ hands quickly and efficiently. Decisions based on your important data can be made immediately. View Test Grading Reports or Survey Analysis Reports.
Generate standard reports in one click with Quick Survey.
Use Advanced Survey to customize the survey analysis process, including creating groups of like questions to compare means and measure against established benchmarks as well as weight importance of questions.
Compare survey responses across subsets of data.
Automatically filter data on specific criteria and produce reports based on the filters (e.g., if evaluating a conference, breaking reports down by session).
A Response Report displays all of the handwritten comments on one easy to read report.
Using Quick Grade, simply scan the answer key with the test answer sheets, click a button and reports are produced.
Use the Advanced Grade option to step through the process of setting up an answer key (including allowing multiple correct answers), selecting a grade scale, entering question points, adding learning objectives to measure against mandated standards, setting benchmark scores for comparison against established benchmarks and other grading information for your test.
Grade multiple versions of a test with multiple answers keys.
Rubric field type to provide support for rubric style questions.
Support for awarding partial credit for test questions.
The Advanced Grade option supports “scaling” a score, whereby you look up grades in an external table (based on total score, percent score or percentile) and then apply the scaled score from the external file. Provides for customizable grading.
Reports are available to compare achievement across various demographic groups of students.
*The software uses activation for license regulation. If you choose to install on a virtual machine (VM), due to the nature of how virtual environments behave, activation is required every time the software is run.