Respondus remote proctoring of exams is now available for any Moodle quiz activity. There are two proctoring systems available:
- LockDown browser, where students take the quiz through an application on their desktop that does not allow internet activity, web browsing or the use of any other applications.
- Respondus Monitor, which uses a webcam to monitor the student during the exam. Recordings are saved and then can be viewed by the instructor. You must also use LockDown browser in order to use Respondus Monitor.
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In Moodle, creating a quiz or exam is a two-step process. First, you must create the quiz activity and set options for visibility, timing and other options for student interactions. The next step is to add questions to the quiz, which can be entered manually or pulled from a previously-built quiz question bank.
Continue reading “Creating a Quiz or Exam”
This post will demonstrate the settings and the capabilities of the different types of quiz questions that moodle offers.
Continue reading “Adding Questions to a Moodle Quiz”
The question bank allows instructors to create and edit questions from a database of question categories. These questions from a category can be exported to a quiz or lesson activity. Continue reading “Using the Question Bank”
For students with the accommodation of extended test time, you will need to adjust the total time for a test, quiz, and if applicable, an assignment. You may also want to change the time of an exam or assignment for students in a different time zone. This is done easily using a User Override. If you are adjusting for a group of students, use the Group Override option.
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Most of the quiz question options in Moodle are automatically graded, and the point options are set when the question is graded. However, for essay questions, the instructor will need to manually grade the submitted answers by following these instructions.
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You can easily add questions to a video file using Kaltura and Moodle. You can determine at what point to pause the video and ask a question and set various quiz options.
To get started the video must be in your Kaltura Media Space. You can upload videos directly or you can copy clips from videos linked to your Moodle site into your own space, from a library course reserve for example. You can create the quiz either in Kaltura Media Space or in the Moodle Media Gallery for your course but we recommend starting the quiz in Media Space. Continue reading “Creating a Kaltura Video Quiz”
If you have created a quiz in a Moodle course that contains groups, you can modify the quiz options so that it can be completed at different times by the different groups. This would be helpful in a combined Moodle course that hosts multiple sections of students. If a quiz must be completed at different times by different sections, make sure the groups are set by section, and then time constraints can be applied for these groups so that for any given student, the quiz will open and close relative to their section time. Continue reading “Modify Quiz Options by Groups”