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  • How do I add a question to a question pool?
    your site Click Question Pools Select the pool Zoom Select the pool that you wish to augment by clicking on its name Click Add Zoom You will see the question pool details and links for adding subpools and questions In the Questions section click the Add link on the right hand side of the screen Create a new question by choosing its type All of the standard question types are

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  • How do I copy questions from the question pool?
    set Go to Tests Quizzes Select the Tests Quizzes tool from the Tool Menu in your site Select an assessment A question copied from a question pool may be added to any assessment Select an existing assessment or create a new one Create a New Assessment For more information on creating new assessments see How do I create an assessment Or edit an existing assessment Select Copy from Question Pool

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  • How do I set up a random question set?
    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 Choose Random draw from question pool Zoom Under Type select the radio button for Random draw Use the drop down list to choose the name of the pool from which to draw the questions

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  • How do I import and export assessments?
    yourself if you use IMS QTI Both formats create an XML file of your questions with all the components labeled according to the IMS standards Tip Many publishers provide test bank cartridges in IMS format You may want to use this option if you are importing questions provided by your textbook publisher Go to Tests Quizzes Select the Tests Quizzes tool from the Tool Menu in your site To import an assessment click Import Zoom Select your file and click Import Zoom 1 Browse to the file on your own computer system and open it so that it shows the file name next to the button 2 Click the radio button indicating its source for correct processing Tests Quizzes supports files saved in QTI format 3 Click the Import button View your assessment Zoom In the lower area of Tests Quizzes you will see a new assessment It will have the title of the downloaded assessment not a title from your external file name You may now edit the assessment questions or select Settings to change the title and other settings To export an assessment The export will create a new file on your system suitable for saving for further

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  • How do I import a question pool?
    the list of Question Pools You can import a question pool from a saved assessment or from a file provided by a publisher or exported from another system Note There is currently no way to export question pools but the questions can be exported in the form of an assessment Go to Tests Quizzes Select the Tests Quizzes tool from the Tool Menu in your site Click Question Pools Select

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  • How do I share a question pool?
    not have to be the site where you created the pool Once someone shares a question pool with you you can then access the pool from any site in which you have the ability to create assessments unless the creator of the pool revokes access Pool owners will see the names of everyone with whom they ve shared the pool on the Share Pool screen in all of their own sites If someone with whom a pool has been shared is not a member of the site the pool owner is viewing that person will be listed under Site Members with Access with the role of anonymous access Removing a user from a site does not remove access to any question pools you ve shared with him or her you must revoke access using the instructions below Go to Tests Quizzes Select the Tests Quizzes tool from the Tool Menu in your site Click Question Pools Choose to share the question pool Zoom Make sure that the other pool author is a participant with a role that allows creation of assessments In Tests Quizzes go to Question Pools Under the name of the pool you wish to share with that

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  • How do I create a survey?
    an Answer Point Value This allows for the Answer Point Value to be manually inputted Add Question Text Type the question text to 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 Select Answer s from list Select an answer or answers from the list However it is only possible to select one circle 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 to a Question Pool if desired Provide Feedback Optional Feedback is optional text available for students to view after the particular question is graded Note To edit with Rich Text Editor click the hyperlink to open the full menu Click Save Click Save to save the question or Cancel to exit For a matrix of choices survey select Survey Matrix of Choices from the drop down menu After selecting Survey Matrix of Choices 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 Click Add Attachments to browse for and select a file attachment Select Answer Options Input the desired choices for Row Choices and Column choices in the corresponding boxes Press Return after each choice to separate Regulate

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  • How do I inspect and adjust the settings of an assessment?
    if they come in after the due date Note Even if you allow multiple submissions only one late submission is allowed after the due date and it only applies to students who have not submitted at all Availability and Submissions Exam security by location or password Zoom For high stakes testing you may want to provide additional security for your assessment Click on the Ensure students take exams from specific location link to expand that section and display the following options You may restrict the assessment so that only connections from certain IP addresses are allowed such as the testing center on campus Enter one IP per line Asterisks may be used to stand for any single subnet You may also specify an additional username and password for the assessment This information is typically provided to a proctor who enters the information for the student at the testing center Note The username and password here are for this specific assessment and NOT the instructor s or the student s login information Availability and Submissions Submission message Zoom If you would like to enter a message that students see upon submitting their assessment you may do so here The rich text editor is available if desired You may include a URL if you like The URL link for this page will be displayed after the student submits the test Availability and Submissions Automatic submission Zoom Check this box if you want assessments to be auto submitted after the retract date Grading and Feedback Student s identities The default setting here is Student identities can be seen by graders In most cases you want to keep this setting since there is no way to revert to student names once they have submitted the assessment anonymously However if you are using the Tests Quizzes tool to deliver a survey in your course you may want to make the survey submissions anonymous by selecting Anonymous grading only Grading and Feedback Gradebook options Zoom Gradebook Options include None the default or Grades sent to Gradebook Select to send grades to gradebook if you want to be able to calculate them as part of the course grade Grading and Feedback Recorded Score Recorded Score options include either the highest or the last score submitted If you allow multiple attempts select the type of score that you want to be recorded in the gradebook for that assessment Grading and Feedback Feedback authoring For Feedback Authoring the default option is Question Level Feedback This allows the instructor to author feedback at the question level You may also choose to display Selection Level Feedback i e feedback per answer choice or Both Grading and Feedback Feedback delivery Zoom Feedback Delivery controls if and when students are able see their submission results Immediate feedback is recommended for self tests only as it will display the answers immediately PRIOR to the student submitting the assessment Feedback on submission displays feedback to students as soon as they submit the assessment No Feedback

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