Utilizing content page (in-lecture) quizzes are a great, informal way to assess student performance throughout your course. We recommend combining the content on your content page (lecture page) with an in-lecture quiz to provide a check-in for understanding or in some cases, an exit ticket for your instruction based on difficulty level.
In case you are using NovoEd Video Player type movies, you can also use an In-Video Quiz.
1. You can add an in-lecture quiz directly on the content page. You may enter the edit mode, by selecting “Edit Content” from the drop-down menu on the upper right-hand side:
Note: In order to add an in-lecture quiz, the content page must not have been released yet.
You should be able to recognize that you are in edit mode at all times by the banner that will appear on your lesson page:
Hover your mouse and click “Add” in the appropriate section:
This will trigger the component menu on the left hand side of the page:
2. Upon clicking the "Quiz" icon, you will be prompted to determine if the quiz will be for assessment for not. If the quiz is for assessment, you will also be able to outline the maximum attempts a learner has to correctly complete the quiz.
If the quiz is only for practice, the “maximum attempt” option will not be available:
Once you have chosen your quiz type, select “Next: Add Questions”
3. From the control panel, you can begin to edit your questions. You can identify all question types from the “Add Question” drop-down menu:
After clicking "Edit Questions", now you are now off to the races! Choose the type of quiz you want to use.
Depending on what types of questions your quiz will include, feel free to visit these articles about adding the different types of questions:
4. After submitting your questions, select “Done Editing” and you will be redirected to the original lesson page.
5. To add your quiz as a to-do, select the grey check mark on the right-hand side of the component. The check-mark will turn to orange when selected.
You can remove the "to-do" by deselecting the orange check mark.
6. To edit your quiz, select the pencil icon to the right-hand side of the in-lecture component.
7. If you would like to add a deadline to your quiz, you may do so by selecting that option from the drop-down menu, and clicking on the date that then appears beneath the quiz icon.
Note that the time and date of the deadline will be relative to your time zone.
8. . In edit mode, you can change the name of your quiz by clicking directly on the Title (all quizzes are by default entitled “Quiz).
To save your new quiz title, navigate your mouse away from the text, and click elsewhere on the lesson page.