Note: To complete the procedures in this document, you must be assigned a role having the necessary permissions. To determine your role, follow the directions in Participant roles. For a basic understanding of roles and permissions, see Permissions and roles: Overview.
You can modify the settings, parts, and questions of any assessment listed under "Core Assessments". When you publish an assessment, a copy is created and listed under "Published Assessments". For the published copy, you can make changes only to the following settings:
Note: After you've published an assessment, if you modify its "Core Assessments" copy, you'll have to alter the assessment's name before publishing it. When you publish it, you'll be creating another copy under "Published Assessments", not replacing the existing published copy.
Note: You should not use the feedback option in Tests & Quizzes when assessing learning, as it may provide information students can use to correct their answers before submitting a test.
To modify the settings of an assessment, under "Core Assessments" or "Published Assessments":
Save Settingsto save your changes and return to the Assessments page. To keep the original settings and discard any changes, click
Note: You can also modify the settings by clicking
Settings in the editing screen.
You can modify the parts (i.e., sections) of any assessment listed under "Core Assessments". To do so:
Copy to Pool,
Edit. (If there is only one part, the
Removeoption will not appear.) Each new assessment will include an automatically created part called "Part 1 Default". You have the following options:
Remove. You'll have the option to remove the part only (and move its questions to another part), or remove the part and all its questions.
Edit. You can then do the following:
As listed on Assessment Questions pageor
Random within Part.
Saveto save your changes.
To modify the questions of an assessment under "Core Assessments":
Edit. You have the following options:
Remove. Doing so will take you to a confirmation page. If you're certain you want to remove the question, click
Remove. To keep the question, click
Edit. Here, you can change anything about the question. For more information, see Creating questions for an assessment. Click
Saveto keep your changes or
Cancelto cancel your changes.
Add Question:drop-down list to select the type of question to add.
Insert New Questiondrop-down list to select the type of question.