John Goldsmith says:
"QUIZSLIDES allows users to publish quizzes and exams online. Notice I said “publish”. The actual quiz is created with Powerpoint. The user creates a series of slides containing a question and 4 possible answers, lettered for “A” to “D”. Because it’s Powerpoint, users can include pictures, graphics, charts, maps or any other graphic images (not sure about sound files or video).
When completed, the slides are uploaded to the QUIZSLIDES web site and transformed into a quiz. Part of that process involves the user scrolling through each slide and identifying the correct answer to each question.
When completed, QUIZSLIDES generates a self marking quiz plus a web link/embed code so the quiz can be linked/embedded in a web page. As an example, I created a simple quiz involving the flags of European countries. It took more time to find the flag images then it did to create the quiz, the app is that easy to use."
Via Shona Whyte, Yuly Asencion