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Add and Edit Quiz Questions
To get questions added to your quiz, you can create new questions within a quiz or import from the Question Library. The most effective practice is to create questions in the Question Library. (See Use the Question Library to do this.) If you do...
Create a Quiz Submission View
In order for students to view detailed quiz results (e.g., questions answered incorrectly), you will need to create a submission view for that quiz. Submission views Default view:  A default quiz submission view will appear to students...
Apply Quiz Restrictions
On the Edit Quiz screen, click on the Restrictions tab.  You will find the following options: Status Make sure the checkbox next to "Hide from Users" has been unchecked; otherwise, your students will not be able to see the qu...
Copy a Quiz
Click Course Activities on the navbar and choose Quizzes . Click on the More Actions  button at the top of the screen and choose Copy . Select a quiz from the "Quiz to Copy" dropdown menu. Enter a Quiz Name for the new qui...
Correct Grading Errors on Quizzes
The following instructions are for updating all student attempts on a quiz when you have decided to award points to all students or to change the points awarded for a particular answer.   On the Manage Quizzes page, click Grade from the con...
 Create a Quiz
Creating a Quiz Show Video Walkthrough NOTE:   For part one of this video, see Use the Question Library . From the navbar, click Course Activities , and then select Quizzes . On the Manage Quizzes page, click the New Quiz&n...
Create Bonus Quiz Questions
Go to the Course Activities  menu in the navbar and select Quizzes . On the Manage Quizzes page, click the title of the quiz.  Click the Add/Edit Questions  button. Check the box next to each question you want to mark as &q...
Create a Section in the Question Library
Create sections to organize your questions into folders.  You can do this in the Question Library or while creating an assessment by clicking Add/Edit Questions on the Properties tab.  Either of these pathways is similar in functional...
Create Sections for Quiz Questions
Sections are folders that contain questions. Questions within those folders may be randomized at the folder level. Sections are a good way to keep your questions organized, and one way you can accomplish randomizing questions.  To create a s...
Delete a Quiz or Exam
To Delete a Single Quiz Click on Course Activities  > Quizzes  in the navbar. From the Manage Quizzes page, click the arrow next to the name of the quiz to delete, and choose Delete . When prompted, confirm the deletion by cl...
 Give Students Special Exemptions in a Quiz
Use this feature to exempt one or more students from the restrictions on dates, times, or number of attempts in a quiz. Use this to provide for ADA accommodations. Show Video Walkthrough Adding Special Access From the navbar, select ...
If Students Cannot Access Quiz Through LockDown Browser
If students have trouble accessing your quiz using LockDown Browser, check the following: The current version of LockDown Browser should be 2.0.2.05. Contact OTS if this is not the version you have. IMPORTANT POINTS:  Students should alway...
LockDown Browser Autolaunch
LockDown Browser is not launched from a desktop shortcut; instead, students open D2L in their usual browsers, navigate to the quiz, and choose the "Launch LockDown Browser" button at the bottom of the screen. ...
LockDown Browser & Monitor Dashboard - Settings
Respondus Lockdown Browser ensures the integrity of your exam by limiting what students can do while they are using browser. You can find an  overview LockDown browses features and  instructor resources on the Respondus website.  R...
Make Instructor Feedback Visible
Instructor feedback for a quiz is published when the grades are. However, for the feedback to be visible, you must set up a submission view: Go to Course Activities > Quizzes. From the Manage Quizzes page, click the quiz name. Select the...
Manage Quiz Properties
General Properties When you create and name your quiz, y ou can add it to a category, associate it with a grade item, and attach rubric criteria. The following options are available under the Properties tab: Category Group your quiz under ...
Manually Grade Quiz Questions
On the navbar, click Course Activities , and then select Quizzes . From the Manage Quizzes page, select Grade from the context menu of the quiz to grade.   Select the Questions tab to view quiz responses by question. Select Grade&...
Preview Quizzes
The quiz preview option allows you to test the accuracy of your quiz content and grading before you release a quiz. While previewing a quiz, you can answer the questions, view allowed hints, submit the quiz, auto-grade answers, read feedback, and vi...
 Print a Copy of the Final Exam with Answers
The quickest and best way to print an exam with answers is to use Respondus 4.0, a test generation application supported by LSC-Online. See Install or Update Respondus 4.0 & StudyMate Author for installation information.  NOTE: Res...
Publish Quiz Grades
There are two options when publishing quiz grades, Automatically or Manually. Automatically Publish Quiz Grades Go to Course Activities  > Quizzes . Click the title of the quiz.  Select the Assessment ...
Publish Quizzes Manually if They Do Not Appear in the Gradebook
If your quizzes do not automatically publish to the gradebook, it is likely because the Assessment tab for the quiz is not configured correctly. Configuring a Quiz to Publish Grades From the quiz's Assessment Tab, make sure you have linked ...
Quiz Grades Not Publishing to Gradebook
When changes are made to the Assessment tab of a quiz after student submissions are made, those changes will not apply to the existing submissions. The result is that the grades for the existing submissions will not be automatically published to the...
View the Quiz Log
The quiz log contains information about the actions taken by the student during a quiz - entries and exits from the quiz, question save times, submission times, etc.  Go to Course Activities  > Quizzes . Click the arrow next to the...
Randomize Quiz Questions
There are two ways to randomize quiz questions. Use the directions below based on how you want to randomize your questions: If you want to deliver a randomized subset of a question pool, follow the instructions for Randomizing a Subset of Questi...
Reset a Quiz Attempt
Go to Course Activities  > Quizzes . Click the arrow next to the quiz, and then select Grade . If the attempt in question has already been completed, proceed to step 4. -or- If the student’s quiz attempt ...
Respondus 4.0 Guides & Videos
Respondus 4.0 Campuswide is a Windows-based authoring tool that makes it easy to create and manage exams for D2L and other learning systems. The links below will provide more information about the program. Installation: Respondus 4.0 Installation...
Set Optional Advanced Quiz Properties
The following options are available in the Optional Advanced Properties section on the quiz Properties  tab. Allow Hints  Allows students to access hints to questions (if there are hints entered in the quiz questions).  Disab...
Submit a Quiz Stuck "In Progress"
During the course of any class, it may happen that a student says they submitted a quiz but the instructor cannot see it in the quiz attempts list. This is because, by default, the "quiz attempts list" is filtered to only students that ha...
Survey Reports & Statistics
The Survey tool is useful for getting feedback about your course and your students. This information can be used to help improve your course and allows you to keep a record of students’ opinions or keep them anonymous. One way to summarize you...
Use the Question Library
The Question Library is the place to store and archive questions that you can share and reuse for quizzes and surveys within a course. You can create multiple sections (folders) within the Question Library to organize your questions by type and topi...
When a Student Has Taken a Quiz with No Questions
Occasionally, a quiz is published by mistake before questions have been added to the quiz. When a student starts that quiz, he will see no questions, simply the option to submit the quiz. As soon as the quiz has been started, there is no way for the...
Set Quiz Assessment Options
The quiz Assessment  tab contains the settings that dictate how the quiz is graded and how it interacts with the gradebook. It also allows you to set the number of attempts students are allowed to take on the quiz. Show Video Walkthrough ...
Use Quick Eval for Assessment
Quick Eval lets you see a list of certain ungraded student submissions from all your courses. Submissions from Assignments, Quizzes, and Discussions are displayed in one place to improve efficiency evaluating and providing feedback on all student wo...
Quiz Attempt Logs
The quiz attempt logs track quiz attempt submissions per student, providing both an overview and a detailed set of logs. To Access Quiz Logs On the Quizzes page, click the arrow next to the quiz name. Choose how you want to access the Attempt Lo...
Restore a Deleted Quiz Attempt
The Attempt Log enables you to view information on specific activity for quiz attempts. The attempt log tracks when users create, delete, and restore assignment submission folders. Once an action is taken, the event log records the name and ID of th...
Create a Survey
Create a Survey Go to Course Management  > Course Admin . Click on Surveys . Click on the  New Survey button. Enter a name for the Survey in the Name field. NOTE :   For details on recommended practices for oth...
Set Release Conditions for a Quiz
Release conditions allow you to create a custom learning path through the materials in your course. These conditions allow you to associate the ability to see a quiz with other actions in D2L. For example, you can require that students meet some cri...
Create a Question Pool
To Create a Question Pool:  Click on Course Activities and choose Quizzes .  Click on the name of the Quiz to which you want to add a Question Pool, or create a new quiz. Click the Add/Edit Questions  button. On the follow...