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Create Quiz Questions

1. You can create questions in the Question Library or directly within a Quiz. To create quiz

questions, do one of the following:

On the Manage Quizzes page, click Question Library from the tool navigation.

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While editing or creating a quiz, click Add/Edit Questions in the Properties tab.

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2. In the Question Library or the Add/Edit Questions area of the Quizzes tool, select the question

type or information item that you want to create from the New dropdown menu.

D2L Services, d2l@wcupa.edu, 610-436-3350 ext 2 Types of questions You can create the following question types in Question Library. From within a Quiz, you cannot create Likert type questions. Likert questions are only used in Surveys.

True or False (T/F) • Multiple Choice (M/C) • Multi-Select (M-S) • Long Answer (LA) • Short Answer (SA) • Multi-Short Answer (MSA) • Fill in the Blanks (FIB) • Matching (MAT) • Ordering (ORD) • Arithmetic (2+2) • Significant Figures (x10) • Likert (LIK) •

You can create the following information items in Question Library:

Text Information (TXT) • Image Information (IMG) • D2L Services, d2l@wcupa.edu, 610-436-3350 ext 2 Create true or false questions True or false (T/F) questions present a statement which respondents must determine is correct or incorrect.

1. In the Question Library, from the New button, click True or False Question (T/F).

2. In the General area, enter your true or false question details

• Title (optional)

• Points Difficulty (optional) •

• Question Text: Enter the question in this field. You may utilize the HTML editor tools such as Insert stuff, insert image, Quicklink, fonts and table tools, etc.)

• Insert an Image and description (optional)

3. In the Options area, do the following:

• From the Enumeration drop-down list, select how you want your options to be enumerated.

• Style: Select how you want your question to display.

• In the Weight (%) fields, enter the weight for each response. The correct “True” answer must equal 100.

• Answer Feedback (optional): Provide feedback for this answer.

• Question Feedback (optional): Provide general feedback for this question.

4. Click Preview to see how this question will display.

5. Click Save, Save and Copy, or Save and New.

D2L Services, d2l@wcupa.edu, 610-436-3350 ext 2 Create multiple choice questions Multiple choice (M/C) questions present a statement or question with a list of possible answers, in which respondents must choose the best possible answer. Multiple choice questions differ from multiselect questions in that you can only select one answer for each multiple choice question.

If you create a multiple choice question that has more than one possible solution, you can weight the answer according to the correctness of each possible answer.

For example, if two answer choices out of five options are accepted as correct, both can be weighted 100% and the other three options can be weighted at 0%. If all five answer choices are accepted as correct but some are more correct than others, each can be weighted in ascending order with the most correct answers weighted more than the least correct answers.

1. In the Question Library, from the New button, click Multiple Choice Question (MC).

2. In the General area, enter your multiple choice question details.

• Title (optional)

• Points

• Difficulty (optional)

• Question Text: Enter the question in this field. You may utilize the HTML editor tools such as Insert stuff, insert image, Quicklink, fonts and table tools, etc.)

• Insert an Image and description (optional)

3. In the Options area, do the following:

• From the Enumeration drop-down list, select how you want your options to be enumerated.

• Style - Select how you want your question to display.

• Randomize options – select if you would like your answers to appear in a random order.

If you choose this make sure to word your answers carefully. Do not include an answer such as “All the above” or “Answer A & B”.

• Enter a choice in each Value field and the weight you want to assign the answer (you can set different weights if some solutions are more correct than others). Values should equal 100%.

• Answer Feedback (optional) - Provide feedback for this answer.

• Question Feedback (optional) - Provide general feedback for this question.

• Click Preview to see how this question will display.

• Click Save, Save and Copy, or Save and New.

D2L Services, d2l@wcupa.edu, 610-436-3350 ext 2 Create multi-select questions Multi-select (M-S) questions require respondents to identify one or more correct answers in a list of possible answers. Unlike multiple choice (MC) questions, multi-select questions enable you to choose a grading format and allow users to select more than one answer.

4. In the Question Library, from the New button, click Multi-Select Question (M-S).

5. In the General area, enter your multi-select question details.





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Understanding grading options for multi-select questions

There are three possible grading options for multi-select questions:

All or nothing - Students receive full points for the question if they select all of the correct answers • and none of the incorrect answers. Students receive zero points if they miss any correct answers or select any incorrect answers.

Right minus wrong - Students receive points equal to the number of right answers they choose • minus the number of incorrect answers they choose. To determine how much each answer is worth, the system takes the total number of points assigned to the question and divides it by the total number of answer choices. For example, if a question is worth 10 points and has 5 answer choices, each correct answer is worth 2 points, and each incorrect answer is worth - 2 points (10/5 = 2). If a user gives 3 correct answers and 2 incorrect answers, 2 is the total number of points received for D2L Services, d2l@wcupa.edu, 610-436-3350 ext 2 the question [(3*2)+(2*-2)]. Students can receive a minimum of zero on a question; they cannot receive a negative mark.

Correct answers - Students receive points for each correct answer they select and for each incorrect • answer they leave blank. Incorrect answers selected and correct answers left blank are ignored. For example, if a question with a total of six potential answers has two correct answers, the total points available for the question is 4.

Create long answer questions Long answer (LA) questions require respondents to write detailed answers in response to open-ended questions. You can enable Students to respond in multiple sentences, paragraph answers, or mathematical explanations and calculations.

Long answer questions are not auto-graded.

7. In the Question Library, from the New button, click Long Answer Question (LA).

8. In the General area, enter your long answer question details.

Title (optional) •

• Points Difficulty (optional) •

• Question Text – Enter the question. You may make use of the HTML editor tools such as Insert stuff, insert image, Quicklink, fonts and table tools, etc.) Insert an Image and description (optional) •

9. In the Options area, customize your long answer question options.

10. Click Preview to see how this question will display.

11. Click Save, Save and Copy, or Save and New.

Create short answer questions Short answer (SA) questions require respondents to create one word or brief sentence answers in response to open-ended questions.

As a best practice, D2L recommends that the weight of each possible solution equals 100% if you require only one answer. If your question requires multiple answers, and each answer has several possible solutions, we recommend that the combined weight of each answer's most correct solution be equal to 100%.

12. In the Question Library, from the New button, click Short Answer Question (SA).

13. In the General area, enter your short answer question details.

• Title (optional) D2L Services, d2l@wcupa.edu, 610-436-3350 ext 2

• Points

• Difficulty (optional)

• Question Text – Enter the question. You may utilize the HTML editor tools such as Insert stuff, insert image, Quicklink, fonts and table tools, etc.)

• Insert an Image and description (optional)

14. Enter your answer in the Answer field and select your Evaluation method.

15. In the Weight (%) field, set a weight for each possible solution.

Add Answer.

16. To add additional answers, click

17. Click Preview to see how this question will display.

18. Click Save, Save and Copy, or Save and New.

Create multi-short answer questions Multi-short answer (MSA) questions require respondents to answer a multi-solution question and input their answers into individual input boxes. Respondent's answers are checked against each possible answer stored in the answer fields. D2L recommends that the required number of answers corresponds with the number of input boxes provided.

An MSA question's maximum point value is reflected by a 100% weight. As a best practice, D2L recommends that each possible answer's weight calculation equals 100% divided by the number of answers required by the question.

Multi-short answer questions differ from short answer (SA) questions in that the multi-short answer question enables you to create multiple answer boxes which all relate to one answer set; short answer questions also support multiple answer boxes, but each requires a distinct set of possible answers. The short answer question type is ideal if you need to create a multi-part question that cannot share the same answer pool.

For example, the question "Name 3 state capitals" displays three input boxes to students. Each answer students submit is checked against 51 possible correct answers stored in the answer fields and each answer field has a weight of 33.3%.

19. In the Question Library, from the New button, click Multi-Short Answer Question (MSA).

20. In the General area, enter your multi-short answer question details.

• Title (optional)

• Points

• Difficulty (optional)

• Question Text – Enter the question. You may utilize the HTML editor tools such as Insert stuff, insert image, Quicklink, fonts and table tools, etc.)

• Insert an Image and description (optional) D2L Services, d2l@wcupa.edu, 610-436-3350 ext 2

21. In the Options area, do the following:

In the Input boxes field, enter the number of required answer fields you want your question to • have. You can assign the number of rows and columns for each answer field.

In the Answer fields, enter the correct answers for your question, the weight for each answer • (you can set different weights if some solutions are more correct than others), and how you want the answers to be evaluated.

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22. Click Preview to see how this question will display.

23. Click Save, Save and Copy, or Save and New.

Create fill in the blanks questions Fill in the blanks (FIB) questions require respondents to fill in one or more missing words for an incomplete sentence, statement, phrase, list, or key terminology.

As a best practice, D2L recommends that answers in blank fields be no more than one or two words to ensure auto-grading accuracy. Your listed order of blank and text fields correspond with the sequence displayed to students.

An FIB question's maximum point value is reflected by a 100% weight. As a best practice, the combined weight of your answers should equal 100%. If your FIB question has multiple blank fields and each blank field has several possible answers, D2L recommends the combined weight of each blank field's most correct answer equals 100%.

24. In the Question Library, from the New button, click Fill in the Blanks Question (FIB).

25. In the General area, enter your fill in the blanks question details.

• Title (optional)

• Points

• Difficulty (optional)

• Question Text – Enter the question. You may utilize the HTML editor tools such as Insert stuff, insert image, Quicklink, fonts and table tools, etc.)

• Insert an Image and description (optional)

26. In the Question Text area, do the following:

• Enter your text.

• In the Blank #1 area, enter your information, including the answer to the text, the weight you want to assign the answer (you can set different weights if some solutions are more correct than others), and how you want to evaluate the answer.

• To assign more possible answers for the blank, click Add Answer.

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• To add more text to the question, click Add Text.

27. Click Preview to see how this question will display.

28. Click Save, Save and Copy, or Save and New.

Understanding grading options for short answer, multi-short answer, and fill in the blanks questions There are three possible grading options for short answer, multi-short answer, and fill in the blanks

questions:

Case Insensitive - Auto-grading searches for a matching character pattern in the answer text with or • without letter case correctness.

Case Sensitive - Auto-grading searches for a matching character pattern in the answer text that • must have letter case correctness.

Regular Expression - Auto-grading uses meta-characters to search for one or more matching strings • in the answer text's character pattern. What you set as meta-character parameters helps determine letter case sensitivity.

Create matching questions Matching (MAT) questions require respondents to choose from a set of possible match choices from drop-down lists and correctly pair them with related items. This question type enables you to assess students' recognition of information and demonstrate comprehension of specific relationships.



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