Abitti.dev

Abitti.dev

What's going on?

Abitti.dev is a collection of open source code used in the Abitti exam system. As the documentation is in English, so is this page.
Good news
The digital Finnish Matriculation Examination is getting better and better! Recently the exams have gone through some new technical improvements (i.e. more user friendly and accessible interface, new assignment types). Thanks to them, the exam format can now be used in more simple and intuitive way.
Even more good news
The rendering code of the exams, the Exam Engine, is now available as open source for anyone willing to develop better training exams for students and teachers. By releasing the source code we encourage all interested technical developers to jump onboard and start creating new training exams that are technically coherent with the actual Matriculation Examination. Now all potential assignment types can be applied to the training stage as well.
Abitti.dev Invitation
And finally some great news
By releasing the bright and shiny source code we take the first step towards creating a community that shares an interest in developing technically better training exams. Thus we can offer better service for both teachers and students while they are preparing themselves for the big and bold Matriculation Examination.
We are extremely happy to invite you to join us! Feel free to dive into the wonders of the Exam Engine.
PS. Looking for some more information? Just hold your horses – more stuff coming soon! While waiting, check out the good ol’ Rich Text Editor.

Evolution of Abitti.dev

ABITTI IS BORN In 2015, the Matriculation Examination Board wants to offer a possibility for the Examination candidates to get to know the new digital exam environment.
STEP BY STEP In 2016–2019, the examination becomes digital exam by exam.
MEANWHILE Use of Abitti explodes. By 2019, millions of Abitti exams are held yearly, which is far more than the amount of actual Matriculation Exams.
WHOOPS Requests for features and improvements pour in from teachers and other stakeholders. The Matriculation Examination Board however is focused on improving the system solely from the point of view of the Examination, so teachers are stuck with an unoptimal exam environment.
SOLUTION Open source! Educational organizations and publishers are invited to join the bunch in order to develop Abitti and Abitti exams, or use its features in their own software.
WINNING COMBO Teachers get to use better training exams and services, and the Matriculation Examination Board can focus on the main thing: improving the Examination into its finest version.
BONUS BONUS BONUS Abitti.dev gathers up a technically orientated crew, where everyone is winning and knowledge is being shared. Most importantly, education gets better and better. And better.