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|Founder(s)||William E. Sanders|
|Headquarters||Eagan, Minnesota, United States|
Scantron Corporation is an American company based in Eagan, Minnesota, that supports test technology ranging from online systems to paper form options. They are best known for their machine-readable paper forms on which students mark answers to academic multiple-choice test questions and the optical mark recognition (OMR) and imaging scanners that read them. To analyze those answers, the machines use OMR- and image-based data collection software.
In addition to its forms and scanners, Scantron provides a variety of web- and desktop-based assessment software, including the Codie Award Finalists Achievement Series® (fixed-form assessment content management and delivery software) and Performance Series® (computer-adaptive diagnostic assessment).
Scantron also provides one of the top course evaluation solutions, Class Climate®, that helps colleges, universities, and corporations request and process feedback on classes, events, and other surveys using online forms, paper forms, or a combination of both.
Scantron is a division of M&F Worldwide.
- Mark sense
- Tabulating machine
- Optical mark recognition
- Optical character recognition
- Course evaluation
- "2011 SIIA Codie Awards Finalists". Software and Information Industry Association. Retrieved 2014-08-20.
- Hawkins, Beth. "Minnesota's Scantron becomes latest ed-related firm to quit ALEC". MinnPost. Retrieved 2012-05-29.
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