Question Bank for evaluating Drupal Developers as part of the Drupal Open Curriculum Initiative
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BY webmaster
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We have been involved with the Drupal Open Curriculum initiative under the Curriculum and Training group in groups.drupal.org for the last few months and have been helping build up the content for the initiative. One of the important pieces of content that is expected to be developed as part of this initiative is the question bank with objective type questions that can be used to evaluate the progress of the training of Drupal developers.

Significant progress has been made on the build up of the question set. The project has been getting feedback and inputs from the community and they have been incorporated into the curriculum. There is a lot of work that is to be done to get this to completion though and we are expecting more people to chip in with contributions. The questions are being compiled in a google document and you can access this question bank here. The questions are created as multiple choice questions (MCQs) so that this can easily be set up in any LMS as Drupal tests.

Once the Open Curriculum project delivers on its objectives, we believe that we will have a quality repository of content which can readily be consumed by new recruits in Drupal companies to help in their rapid training and deployment. This should in turn help faster adoption of Drupal by companies and help ensure a healthy volume of competent Drupal developers in the market.

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access_time 27 May 2019 - 11:07

Your shortlink to the question bank is broken