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Creating and Managing Online Quizzes

Adding an Online Quiz

1. Click the global Add (+). You can add a post from anywhere on any page by just clicking '+' at the top-right corner of the page.

Adding an Online Quiz

2. Click Quiz.

3. Open the Sharing pane and select the classrooms with which you want to add the quiz.

Note: If you click the global add button on any classroom page, then that classroom will be selected automatically for the assignment.

4. Type in a suitable title for the online quiz and click Add a Question.

5. Add the required type of Online Quiz question (you have a variety to choose from!)

6. You can give feedback to learners when they answer the question. Type your feedback in the Right Feedback and Wrong Feedback text box. Then, click Add Question to save the question.

7. You can configure the assessment settings as required. Click Published to publish the online quiz, and the learners will have access to attempt it. If you do not want to publish the online quiz, click Draft.

Note: You can send notification to users with whom this online quiz is shared via bulletin board or via email. Tick Send notification and then tick the required mode of notification (Via Bulletin Board or Via Email).

8. Click Save to save the online quiz.

Adding a Fill In The Blank (FiB) question

1. Click FiB.

Adding a Fill In The Blank (FiB) question

2. A pop-up window opens. Type in the full sentence/question along with its answer.

3. Optionally, you can insert an image or embed a video by clicking Insert.

4. Highlight the word or phrase that needs to be made a blank and click FiB.

5. The answer will be converted into a blank and will be added as a right answer under Blank details.

6. To add  new options, click Add Option. Tick multiple options to allow more than one correct answer. These options are displayed to the learner to choose from for the given blank.

7. Enter the score as required. If you want to set the correct answer to be case-sensitive, tick Case-sensitive comparison.

8. The FiB question will be added.

Note: FIB question can have multiple blanks. It's not necessary to have only one blank.

Adding a MCQ

1. Click MCQ.

Adding a MCQ

2. A pop-up window opens. Type in your question.

3. Click Insert to insert an image or embed a code/video to the question.

4. Type in the options for the MCQ and tick before the correct option. You can also add more options by clicking Add Option. Minimum two options are required.

5. Any new options that you add can be deleted.

6. The MCQ will be added.

Adding a Match the Following question

1. Click Match the Following.

Adding a Match the Following question

2. A pop-up window opens. Type in your question.

3. Click Insert to insert an image or embed a code/video to the question.

4. Enter two or more choices with their respective matching choices in the same row (they will be shuffled when displayed to the learner). Click Add another row to add more choices to match. Minimum of three rows are required for Match the Following. You can delete the additional rows that you have added.

5. The match the following question will be added.

Adding a One Word (OW) question

1. Click OW.

Adding a One Word (OW) question

2. A pop-up window opens. Type in your question.

3. Optionally, you can insert an image or embed a video by clicking Insert.

4. Type in the correct one word answer in the text box.

5. Click Add Option to add the more options. If you want to set the correct answer to be case-sensitive, tick Case-sensitive comparison.

Note: Learner will get the question right, if he/she enters any one of the options that you have provided.

6. The OW question will be added.

Adding an Open-ended question

1. Click Open-ended icon.

Adding an Open-ended question

2. A pop-up window opens. Type in your question.

3. Click Insert to insert an image or embed a code/video to the question.

4. Enable Textual submission to allow learners to type their answers in the text box. Tick Limit the number of characters and set the maximum limit of characters that can be used to answer the question. Tick Show rich text editor if you want to allow the learner to submit the answer as HTML content. If Show rich text editor is not enabled, then the user will have to enter plain text as the answer (assuming Textual submission is enabled).

5. Enable File Submission to allow learners to upload a document for this question. Click Add Question.

6. The open-ended question will be added.

Adding a True/False (T-F) question

1. Click T/F.

Adding a True/False (T-F) question

2. A pop-up window opens. Type in your question.

3. Click Insert to insert an image or embed a code/video to the question.

4. Enable the correct answer (true or false).

5. The T/F question will be added.

Reordering questions

1. Click Assessments of the required classroom.

Reordering questions

2. On the quiz listing page, click on the quiz whose questions you need to reorder.

3. Click Edit to open the quiz edit page.

4. On the edit page, click on the required question. Drag and drop it in the required position.

5. Once you click the Save button, the new order of questions will be saved.

Publishing an online quiz

There are multiple ways to create assessments in Teamie (creating an assessment by copying existing assessment, creating an assessment through UI, importing assessments from other classrooms you are member of). In such cases all created assessments will be saved as draft by default. Drafted assessments are not accessible by learners. To make the assessments available for learners you need to publish them. Let's see how you can publish an assessment (an online quiz in this case):

1. On the assessment listing page, click the required online quiz which is in draft mode. A draft label appears right below the assessment name which differentiate between drafted and published assessments.

2. The quiz landing page opens. click Edit.

3. Click Published on the quiz edit page.

4. The Published label will turn green in color. Click Save.

Note: You can send notifications to learners regarding the quiz being published and available for making submission. For this tick Send notification and then tick the method of sending notification (via Bulletin board or via Email or both).

5. The quiz will be published and available for learners to attempt and make the submission. You will notice no Draft label is present under the quiz name indicating that the quiz is published.

Unpublishing an online quiz

You can also draft a quiz that is already published. Follow some simple steps:

1. On the assessment listing page, click the required online quiz which you wish to unpublish (put in draft mode).

2. The quiz landing page opens. click Edit.

3. Click Draft on the quiz edit page.

4. The Draft label will be highlighted. Click Save.

5. The quiz will be unpublished and unavailable for learners to take. You will notice a Draft label present under the quiz name indicating that the quiz is in draft mode.

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