Make sets of questions that are graded to measure student performance.
Tests are sets of questions that are graded to measure student performance. Once a test is created, it must be deployed within a content folder before students can take the test. Some question types are not automatically graded.
Incorporating tests into your course involves a multi-step process and includes the following steps:
A student who is still taking a test after the date and time set in Display Until have passed can encounter broken images if you have also checked One at a Time under Test Presentation.
You can reorder the questions by dragging them to the desired position.
The Create Test page will include your test on the list of tests. You can still modify the test because it has not been made available.
For previously created tests that you didn’t make available to students, go to content area where you created the test, click the “down pointing” icon next to the test and select Edit the Test options.
If you selected Make the Link Available but entered a specific date that you wanted the link to be available it won’t be visible to the students until that date.
To view an individual student’s submission, manually grade a submission or adjust a grade, click the down pointing icon for specific student’s cell under the appropriate Grade Center column and select View Grade Details.
This function allows instructors to confirm whether a student began a test and had problems while taking it. The Test Access log allows you to review when a student began a test, saved question responses, and submitted it. You can also see how much time was spent on particular questions.
Item Analysis provides data to instructors on test performance and individual questions, allowing them to examine and improve questions for future tests or to adjust credit on current attempts.
Instructors can now fix problematic questions by simply editing the invalid question directly and having all necessary updates flow automatically to the Grade Center. For any assessment question, Instructors can drop, give full credit, change point value, or change which answer is marked correct. UB Learns recalculates the score of all submitted assessments that included the updated question, reflects the updates in the Grade Center, and provides notification to both the Instructor and optionally to the Student for all impacted submissions.
Pools are sets of questions that can be added to any test or survey. Pools are useful for storing questions and reusing them in more than one test or survey.
When you are done adding pool questions, your pool will be saved in the pool area of your course.
To use questions from a pool, select an option from the Reuse Questions menu when creating a test or survey.
Use our contact form to submit a help ticket (you may be asked for your UBITName and password). After the form is submitted, a member of the UB Learns support team will follow up with you within one business day.