• 2021 Updates and

    Efficiency is the key to any great process, but sometimes the best approach isn't perfectly clear. One use case that we hear about from time to time is launching a single assessment, such as a survey, from a variety of course pages, websites, or learning management systems. This is pretty straightforward, but the challenge lies in how to return respondents to the same course page or website that the survey was launched from, when it could be a different place every time.

    The good news, is that with a little planning, this can be pretty easy. The key to making this work is understanding the real power of Respondent Fields.

     

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  • New Predefined Respondent Fields for Thinkific Integration

    To help make Brillium integration with Thinkific faster and easier, we've added a new set of predefined Respondent Fields. Setting up integration between Brillium and Thinkific is as easy as point and click.

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  • Brillium Assessment Builder

    Brillium Assessment Builder is a one-stop destination for everything related to an assessment, from topics (formerly Question Groups), to Questions, to every facet of the respondent experience. Assessment Builder makes authors and instructional designers more productive in almost every way.

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  • New Brillium Navigational Experience

    One of the biggest improvements to Brillium in the 2020 release, is the improved menu navigation.  Now, Brillium Assessment Builder users can quickly access all areas of the application from any page.

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  • Updates Coming to Brillium in 2020

    In our 2020 plan, we strictly focused on improving the Brillium administrator and author user interface (UI) and workflow. This article provides a brief overview of some of the features we will introduce to the assessment authoring, administration and reporting experience over the coming months.

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  • Deprecation of Secure Cipher Support for TLS 1.1 and earlier

    As of March 2020, most all major internet browsers have officially deprecated support for earlier, less secure versions of TLS. Brillium began implementing plans to phase out support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 in mid-2020.

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