Bb Assessments: Other Assessment Questions
|Getting started with building a test||This PDF document explains how to build a new test, edit an existing test, import a test, use a random block in a test, change test settings delete a question, and provides a brief description of question types available in Blackboard.|
|Getting started with automatic regrading||This PDF document discusses how to regrade test questions after a test has been administered to students|
|Adding an existing question to a test||Video - Learn how to find a question using search criteria and add questions for an existing test. Find out when to use copy or link a question to the test.|
|Assessment item analysis||Short video walks through the process of running item analysis on a test. Also shows how to regrade questions automatically.|
|Awarding Negative Points for Incorrect Answers to Test Questions||Short interactive video that discusses how to enable negative points in the test canvase and use negative points in test questions.|
|Blackboard test feedback options||This website discusses the options available for delivering feedback tied to tests. NOTE: UNO is on SP13 so the "After Attempts are Graded" option is available on our server..|
|Building a pool||Short video showing how pools are used to create a collection of questions used in multiple tests. Pools can be imported and exported to create random blocks. Learn how to build a pools from the Reuse Questions drop down menu, set pool details, and add questions to a pool|
|Exporting and importing a test or a survey||In this video learn how to move a test or survey to another course in Blackboard. Downloading and uploading files is explained to complete this task.|
|How to create and deploy a test||Short YouTube video walks through the process of creating and deploying a test.|
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