Inspera Assessment offers spell checker functionality in question type Essay. The spell checker can be enabled for all learners at once in the test options, or for individual learners in the candidate list.
A spellchecker can be an indispensible tool while writing essays.
The spellchecker tool in Inspera Assessment supports the following languages:
- English (100,000 words)
- British English (100,000 words)
- Canadian English (100,000 words)
- Canadian French (130,000 words)
- French (137,000 words)
- German (295,000 words)
- Italian (283,000 words)
- Greek (574,000 words)
- Spanish (288,000 words)
- Brazilian Portuguese (119,000 words)
- Danish (102,000 words)
- Dutch (178,000 words)
- Norwegian Bokmal (95,000 words)
- Portuguese (135,000 words)
- Swedish (110,000 words)
- Finnish (251,000 words)
For tests in Inspera Assessment, the tool can be turned on for either all learners or on an individual basis. To turn on the Spell Checker for all learners, simply select the "Enable Spell Checker" in the category Exam Day and Candidate tools and aids.
(Note that the settings available in this image may differ from available settings in your tests.)
The spell checker can be activated for individual learners from the candidate list in Deliver, or from Monitor when the test is activated.
The spell checker can be enabled and disabled by the learner, and there are two types of spell check available.
Spell check as you type (SCAYT) - this will underline misspelled words as the learner writes them and will offer an inline correction by right clicking on the underlined words. This should be a familiar type of spell check for most learners.
The learner enables it by choosing "Enable SCAYT" in the menu.
SCAYT language is not directly configurable and will be the same as the language the learner has chosen in Inspera Assessment.
Spell check dialog - this is a separate dialog that the learner starts by choosing "Check Spelling" in the menu. The dialog will then run through the whole text. This is a useful option for those who find the underlining disturbing.
Spell check language is configurable by the learner.