Formscanner is a free, open-source OMR (optical mark recognition) software for scanning and grading user-filled, multiple choice forms. Formscanner is easy to use, effective, and completely free of cost and advertisements. Users scan the forms and, in just a couple of steps, they have a spreadsheet with students' scores, answers to individual questions, and detailed analysis of the class' perfomance. Other OMR software costs hundreds, but FormScanner is open-source, community-supported, easy-to-use, and excellent at what it does.
Version 1.1.1 is just released with all the same great features and a new French translation.
Download the OMR software now on SourceForge:
Get the latest version of Process Bubbles on the downloads page. It
can now deduct points for incorrect answers and apply partial credit
when a student gets some of the multiple responses correct. It can also support multiple versions of exams.
Check out our poster from the 2015 Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers. Also, we just had a paper accepted to The Physics Teacher. Look for it in an upcoming issue.
| Dr. Michela Battauz just released a statistical package, fsia, for use with FormScanner. Find it on the r-project site:
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