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  • How do I create a multi-part syllabus based on number of items needed?
    to expand the item Zoom This allows you to add a file as an attachment to this syllabus item or to open the Rich Text Editor to create content directly in the Syllabus item Add an attachment to this Syllabus item Optional Browse for the file on your computer or attach a copy from the Resources in your course AND OR add content using the Rich Text Editor Clicking this link opens the Rich Text Editor which allows you to enter the content or copy and paste from Word into the Rich Text Editor to create the content Edit the heading of a syllabus item By default the headings are the title of the syllabus appended with a number Hover your mouse over the heading to make the pencil icon appear Click the pencil icon to enable the editing of the heading Add start and or end dates for each syllabus item Optional Zoom Adding start and or end dates allows you to determine a time range for when students may view this syllabus item Click Click to add start date or Click to add end date and use the drop down menus to select the date and time Click

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  • How do I add my syllabus as a file attachment?
    your file Browse for your file Zoom To select the file from your computer click the Choose File button OR if the file is in your Resources you may attach it by clicking Attach a copy Confirm the file selection Zoom The file name will be displayed Click Continue Publish Your Syllabus Zoom You will be returned to the main Syllabus screen To publish your syllabus click the gray light

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  • How do I create a syllabus using cut and paste from a document?
    opens where you paste the text from your document Paste the text into the Paste from Word window Click OK Make edits to the text in the Rich Text Editor Zoom Review the text to make sure it appears as you intend Make any edits using the formatting icons built into the Rich Text Editor When you are done click the orange check icon in the bottom left corner of

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  • How do I print the syllabus?
    Select the Syllabus tool from the Tool Menu of your site Click Print View Zoom Click Send to Printer Zoom A new window will open which displays the entire syllabus in a single window Click the Send to Printer link

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  • How do I point my syllabus to a webpage?
    to a webpage Go to Syllabus Select the Syllabus tool from the Tool Menu in your site Click Redirect Enter the URL of the webpage location of your syllabus Zoom Click the checkbox if you want the webpage to open

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  • How do I create a multi-part syllabus by dates?
    date of the semester using the Calendar icons Add the start time of the class and an optional end time Select whether or not you want the items added to the calendar Select which days of the week this course will meet Click Post Click the arrowhead icon to the left of an item to expand the item Zoom This allows you to add a file as an attachment to this syllabus item or to open the Rich Text Editor to create content directly in the Syllabus item Add an attachment to this syllabus item Browse for the file on your computer or attach a copy from the Resources in your course AND OR add content using the Rich Text Editor Clicking this link opens the Rich Text Editor which allows you to enter the content or copy and paste from Word into the Rich Text Editor to create the content Edit the heading of a syllabus item By default the headings are the title of the syllabus appended with a number Hover your mouse over the heading to make the pencil icon appear Click the pencil icon to enable the editing of the heading Hide release the syllabus item

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  • What is the Tests & Quizzes tool?
    question or through already prepared text or through import from a formatted XML file The Tests Quizzes tool offers many settings that allow instructors to control the layout delivery grading student review options and metadata of the assessment These settings can be adjusted during the authoring A bundle of values for the settings defines an Assessment Type which allows instructors to store and re use the settings of successive assessments Common system defined assessment types are already provided and new ones can be created and saved Assessments in this tool fall into the two categories Working Copies and Published Copies which represent the instructor and student phases respectively Authoring by the instructor takes place in Working Copies a new assessment appears in that category The act of publication makes the assessment available to students and moves it to the Published Copies category where submissions and results become available To access this tool select Tests Quizzes from the Tool Menu in your site Tests Quizzes tool landing page Student View Zoom Note Assessments which are past the due date but still available for late submissions will appear in the list with the Due Date Time shown in red Assessments which are

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  • How do I create an assessment in Tests & Quizzes?
    options regarding the answer and configuration are specific to the question type Note The Rich Text Editor is available for use in composing your questions Click on the Show Hide Rich Text Editor link above the text entry box to display the editor Choose number of correct responses for multiple choice You can choose to have a Single Correct response Multiple Correct Single Selection or Multiple Correct Multiple Selection If you select Single Correct the default you also have the option to Enable Negative Marking or Enable Partial Credit if desired Negative marking deducts points from the student s score if the student selects the wrong answer Partial credit allows you to specify a percentage of the question points to be awarded for selecting an incorrect but still partially acceptable answer Choose the radio button for the correct response option you would like to use For this example we will keep the default Enter the answer choices for multiple choice Enter all of the possible answer choices for this question Notice that the rich text editor is also available for the answers You may use the editor to format your answer choices or add images links etc if desired There are four answer choices provided by default If you need more choices use the Insert Additional Answers drop down menu to indicate the number of additional answer choices needed Be sure to indicate the correct answer by selecting the radio button for the correct response Choose whether or not to randomize answers for multiple choice The default setting is No for randomizing answers If you would like the answer choices to appear in a random order each time a student takes the assessment select Yes Tip Remember that if you answer choices contain items like all of the above or

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