All forms of added security will make it harder to access something (intended or not); it’s another hoop to jump though and some students may not be able to reliably jump through those hoops. You’ll need to keep a balance Continue reading
Moodle isn’t designed to be printed. It can be done; however, it isn’t particularly attractive nor is it the suggested use. The following steps are required to print a quiz when no other options are available.
This is a new feature as of 2018/SU with our update to Moodlerooms 3.4 and provide instructors with a means of toggling the completion status of assigned work in a Moodle course. These steps require that you have Completion Tracking Continue reading
This is ideal for when you want to give a student a second chance to take a quiz for technical or other unique situations and still want to keep their first attempt on record or factored into their grade. If Continue reading
Sometimes there are technical difficulties and a student will submit a quiz that is either empty or only partially filled out. In cases where you would like to give that student a fresh start you can delete their own attempt Continue reading
These steps require that you have completion tracking enabled in your course. Ideal for warm-up quizzes and terminology tests, allowing a student to take a test until they pass it and are able to move on can help strengthen skills Continue reading
You can bulk apply settings to ALL activities but your completion tracking options may be limited to none or manual check-off only. We suggest using this process one type of activity/tool at a time for the most control and best Continue reading
Completion tracking must be enabled for this option to be available. This is ideal for Forums, Assignments, Databases and other interactive activities, it can also be applied to read-only resources to ensure a student at LEAST opens a page or Continue reading
Enter the quiz activity. Locate the Actions Menu (gear icon) in the top-right corner of the page and select the Edit Quiz (NOT the Edit settings) link. Locate the question you want to remove. OPTIONAL: Click the magnifying lens icon Continue reading
Enter the quiz activity. Locate the Actions menu (gear icon) from the top-right corner of the page and select the Edit Quiz (NOT Edit settings) link. Locate the question you want to remove. OPTIONAL: Click the magnifying lens icon to Continue reading
Note: This assumes you already have questions in a question bank within your course.
Note: This assumes you already have questions in a question bank within your course. Add a Single Question from the Question Bank Note: This assumes you already have questions in a question bank within your course.
Questions added in this way can only be used by this quiz. If you want to reuse a quiz question on weekly quizzes as well as midterm or final exams, you should create the questions in the Question Bank of Continue reading
You can break your quiz into clear sections or topics you now have the option to do so!
In our previous version of Moodle there was an up and down arrow that, one step at a time, moved a quiz question slowly up or down the page. In this Moodle update there is now the familiar Drag and Continue reading
This is called pagination- it’s controlling how many questions appear on a given page in a quiz, after doing this you can manually add or remove these automatic page breaks. Adding new questions to a quiz after applying this setting Continue reading
If you inherited a course from another instructor or just plain don’t remember the password you set last term/year you, as an instructor, can check and update that password for you and your students.
What does this mean? The weight of a question within a quiz is the ratio of its worth compared to other questions in a quiz. If one question has a weight of 2 and all questions have a weight of Continue reading
Some quiz questions will grade automatically. For those that don’t or for when you need to override a grade, you can manually grade quiz questions.
This process is ideal for creating more than one, similarly configured activity or resource for consistency of content.