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Overview of the QTI Package

Updated Mar 24, 2021

Any exported QTI package contains files and folders.

Below is an example of the file/folder structure of a QTI package:

The folders contain files associated with the assessment items.

Folder Name Description
Attachments Contains subfolders (titled by Resource ID), which contain corresponding graphic files
audio Contains subfolders (titled by Resource ID), which contain corresponding audio files
images Contains subfolders (titled by Resource ID), which contain corresponding image files
items Contains items listed in order of Item ID. File Form: ITEM-LOGIC--[ID].xml.
For details, refer to Item XML Files.
passages Contains passages listed in order of Resource ID. File Form: RSC-LOGIC--[ID].html

If you chose to "merge multiple contexts into a single context document" then this also contains a single file with information on all the passages, videos, and audio files. File Form: RSC-LOGIC--[IDx-IDy].html (indicating a range of Resource IDs)
styles Contains bundled.css and inline.css, which contain styling information that is applied via specific formatting tags
tests Contains a list of assessments in order of Assessment ID. File Form: test-[ID].xml
video Contains subfolders (titled by Resource ID), which contain corresponding video files

Note: Images, audio files, and video files are those that were used in either items or passages.

The IMSMANIFEST.XML file contains information about the export and details about each item, including alignment and metadata information. Refer to The IMS Manifest File for more information.

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