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  • How do I add a calculated question?
    Point Value This allows for the Answer Point Value to be manually inputted Add Question Text Zoom Type the Question Text into the text box provided This is the information that the student will see including the variable and formula placeholders see examples below Variables Define variables to use in this question below Reference them in the question text by putting them in single curly braces eg x Variable names are alpha numeric but must begin with an alpha character Example Kevin has x apples Jane eats y How many does Kevin have now z Formulas Place double curly braces e g y around a formula name to define where the student s input box will display Formula names are alpha numeric but must begin with an alpha character Example Solve COS a c b z Formula z would be COS a c b Keep in mind the following You may define acceptable tolerance as a constant 0 01 or percentage 1 5 of the answer Defaults to 0 01 Variables and formulas support decimals Default is 3 Valid Operators You can use the following math functions SIN COS TAN ASIN ACOS ATAN ABS EXP SIGN SQRT FACTORIAL LOG10 LOG and LN There are two built in constants PI 3 14 and e 2 718 Use them in your answer expression Variables and Formulas cannot have the same name Note To edit with Rich Text Editor click the hyperlink to open the full menu Click Extract Variables and Formulas Click the Extract Variables and Formulas button to create the variables and formulas Define ranges of variable values Zoom Change the Min Max and Decimal Places for all of the variables to define their ranges of valid values Enter the formula Zoom Enter the mathematical expression for each Formula inserting the

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  • How do I add an audio recording question?
    Note You may also add a question directly to a question pool Create a New Assessment For more information on creating new assessments see How do I create an assessment Or edit an existing assessment Select Audio Recording from drop down menu After selecting Audio Recording the program will open additional options for the question Add an Answer Point Value This allows for the Answer Point Value to be manually inputted Add Question Text Type the Question Text into the text box provided Note To edit with Rich Text Editor click the hyperlink to open the full menu Add Attachment Optional Click Add Attachments to browse for and select a file attachment if desired Add a time allowance This option regulates the amount of time that a student has to record an answer to a question This time is measured in seconds Add an amount of times to re record Use the drop down menu to regulate the number of attempts a student has to answer a question You may select up to 10 or unlimited attempts Assign the question to a portion of the assessment and or a Question Pool Optional The question can be added to a specific

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  • How do I add a file upload question?
    the Tool Menu in your site Select an assessment A file upload question may be added to any assessment Select an existing assessment or create a new one Note You may also add a question directly to a question pool Create a New Assessment For more information on creating new assessments see How do I create an assessment Or edit an existing assessment Select File Upload from the drop down menu After selecting File Upload from the drop down menu the program will open additional options for the question Add an Answer Point Value This allows for the Answer Point Value to be manually inputted Add Question Text Type the Question Text into the text box provided Note To edit with Rich Text Editor click the hyperlink to open the full menu Add Attachment Optional Click Add Attachments to browse for and select a file attachment Assign the question to a portion of the assessment and or a Question Pool Optional 1 The question can be added to a specific portion of the assessment such as Part 1 or Part 2 depending on how many parts exist Part 1 is the default location 2 The question may also be added

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  • How do I add an extended matching items question?
    Answer Point Value This allows for the Answer Point Value to be manually inputted Enter the Theme Options Lead In and Items The Theme Options Lead In and Items make up the question Theme and Lead In are provided to orient the student Each component is explained below Theme The theme describes the main topic domain that the item set will address and is linked to the learning objectives Type the theme in the text field Options Zoom The options list consists of the potential answer choices to the item and includes the distracters that are the incorrect or less likely answers for this particular item The options should be homogeneous or the same kind of thing such as drugs organisms cells or investigations and should be listed only as words or short phrases 1 Choose the format The Simple text option gives one text field for inserting your own pre written labeled list 2 Type one short options in each text field 3 Remove unnecessary options with the red X 4 To add more option fields select a number from the drop down box and click on the plus sign or the link Lead in The lead in statement explains the general association between the stem and the option list In the R type format the options list for example 8 or more potential diagnoses is summarized in the lead in statement for example For each of the following patients presenting to the Emergency Room select the most likely diagnosis The lead in should provide clear instructions how the student should respond to the item set You may switch between plain text and the Rich Text Editor Items Stems Zoom The stem or item describes the case and what is required from the student It usually consists of a

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  • How to I add multiple parts to an assessment?
    Or edit an existing assessment Click Add Part Click Add Part hyperlink located right next to Add Question Add a Title Type a title into the text box provided Note If the part title is marked as the Default the title will not appear to assessment takers Add Information Optional Use the text box provided to type Information about the created part Add an Attachment Optional Select Add Attachment s to add an attachment to the created part Select Part Type Select between the option to author questions one on one or to draw questions randomly from a Question Pool The Question Pool can be selected using the drop down menu If random draw from question pool is selected select number of questions Type number of questions into text box provided If random draw from question pool is selected select a point value of questions Zoom 1 Type an answer point value into text box provided An Answer Point Value is required in this portion of Tests Quizzes 2 Type a negative point value if a question is answered incorrectly Optional Note Point values entered here override any value that was inputted for individual questions in a corresponding Question Pool

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  • How do I use assessment parts?
    assessment Edit a part Zoom In Tests Quizzes open the assessment and find the part To edit the name and any of the information and settings associated with a part next to that part s name click Edit Specify the identification and information for students Zoom 1 On the part editing screen next to Title type a name for this part 2 Under Information you can use the rich text editor to enter a brief description or instructions 3 To add attachments click Add Attachments Choose a linear Part or a random draw set of questions Zoom Under Type use the radio buttons to indicate whether you ll be authoring questions one by one or using a random draw from one of your question pools Each choice will activate its own set of further options The active options for the Questions authored one by one linear choice are shown If Random draw were chosen the fields marked with asterisks and the field Type of randomization would be activated For the random draw option use the drop down list to choose the name of the pool from which to draw them and use the accompanying text boxes to indicate the number and point value of questions and type of randomization which applies only to repeated assessments attempts Under Question ordering for the type Questions authored one by one use the radio buttons to either dictate the order of questions or allow a random ordering of all authored questions within the part Enter metadata and Save Under Metadata you may use the text boxes to record any objectives keywords or rubrics Optional To save your changes click Save To cancel them click Cancel Arrange parts New parts will be listed in the order you create them To switch the order of two

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  • What is a question pool?
    or quiz you can pull questions from your pools and also from pools that have been shared with you Question pools serve as the basis for random draw questions To give each student a different question on the same subject set up a question pool with several equivalent questions on that subject and then add a random draw question using that pool Question pools can be subdivided into subpools and those subpools can be further subdivided for organization that reflects your teaching methods Go to Tests Quizzes Select the Tests Quizzes tool from the Tool Menu in your site Click Question Pools Question Pool Example Zoom Here we see a question pool e g Set Theory Questions that contains three questions at the top level and also a subpool e g Cardinality with questions of its own and subpools of its own Tip A question pool can contain both questions of its own and subpools You will see question pools that you have authored as well as question pools that have been shared with you by their authors Note Question pools are not identified by course site as they are associated with a specific owner rather than worksite Contents of

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  • How do I add, copy, move, or remove a question pool?
    Pool as an empty container for future questions Click Add New Pool Any question pools already available to you will show Choose to either add a new one or import a pool from another site See How do I import questions into an assessment or a Question Pool Enter the pool details and Save Enter the data you desire and Save the Question Pool The question pool is ready for adding questions Zoom To open the pool for authoring and editing of questions click on its name For more information on adding questions to a pool see How do I add a question to a question pool Copy or move a question pool Decide on the destination for the question pool You can either choose question pool TOP as the destination which will move the pool to the top level or create a copy of the pool at the top level or you can choose an existing question pool which create a subpool of it In this example we will copy the pool Mid Term C into a subpool of Makeup Midterm Click Copy or Move Unless you chose question pool TOP in the previous step the original pool will become a subpool of the chosen destination pool Note To move a pool from question pool TOP to question pool TOP would have no effect and is not allowed Select the source question pool In the Question Pools screen select either Copy or Move To reveal existing subpools for a question pool or a subpool click the triangle next to its title Note To move a pool from question pool TOP to question pool TOP would have no effect and is not allowed Specify the destination On the Copy Pool or Move Pool screen use the check boxes to select

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