|Daniel K. Fortriede
Client Services Technology Coordinator, Ball State University
(B.S. Mathematics/Computer Science, Ball State University, 1977)
Over the 27 years that Dan has been with Ball State University, he has been a DEC systems programmer, an IBM VM systems Programmer, a CICS Support person, headed the Hardware Support Group, a Network Analyst, and is now the Client Services Technology Coordinator. Dan also teaches for the Continuing Education Department and is a guest lecturer in the ICS (Information Communications Sciences) program.
|C. Vernon Draper, Jr.
Coordinator of Network Support Services, Ball State University
(B.S. Ball State University)
In 1996, Vernon and Dan recognized a growing need for a quality Internet based assessment tool to augment the distance learning initiatives being undertaken by the University. The current state of online assessment technology was inadequate for the scope of the initiative being put forth so, Dan and Vernon undertook the task to fill this void. The result is inQsit.
The product mission statement:
The main design criterion for inQsit is ease of use. The intent is to make interactive assessment accessible by anyone with a web server, without the need for web designers or programmers. New features have been added only when their implementation can be achieved while holding true to this tenet.
We are dedicated to providing a quality product, that is both simple to use, and robust enough to meet the needs of our high-end users. We continually strive to provide services that the assessment agent needs to fulfill any requirement.
Warning: copyright law and international treaties protect this computer program. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this program, or any portion of it, may result in severe civil and criminal penalties, and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.