Bb Assessment

Scheduling a QuestionMark Perception exam in Blackboard

The procedure for making a QuestionMark Perception exam available in Blackboard consists of three steps:

  1. Create the exam in QuestionMark Perception – instructions are available here;
  2. Have iSolutions check and publish the exam for online delivery – you can apply for this here, whereupon we will provide you with weblink to the exam;
  3. Make the exam’s weblink  available in Blackboard, which can be done according to our instructions here.

Please note that we have been obliged to withdraw the direct integration between Blackboard and QuestionMark Perception, which automatically reconciled marks  into the Blackboard Gradecentre, because the software (called a ‘Building Block’) is outdated and does not work reliably with current versions of Blackboard. Please accept our apologies for this.

Question Types in Blackboard

Blackboard provides a number of different question types that you may use when creating a test or survey. Follow the guides listed below to find out how to use each question type.

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Calculated Formula Questions

A Calculated Formula question contains a formula, the variables of which can be set to change for each user. The variable range is created by specifying a minimum value and a maximum value for each variable. Answer sets are randomly generated.


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Calculated Numeric Questions

Calculated Numeric questions require the student to enter a number as an answer to a specific question. The behaviour is similar to a fill in the blank question.


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Either / Or Questions

Either / Or Questions require the student to choose from two possible answers. A choice of answers is available: Yes / No, True / False, Agree / Disagree, and Right / Wrong.


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Essay Questions

Essay Questions allow text to be entered into a text box. This text is not automatically marked and will require manual marking.


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File Response Questions

File Response Questions allow students to upload files to answer a question.


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Fill in Multiple Blanks Questions

Fill in Multiple Blanks Questions are like fill in the blank questions, but with more than one blank. Text is entered with variables in square brackets used to mark where blanks should be. Then the variables are matched with the answers.


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Fill in the Blank Questions

Fill in the Blank Questions require the student to type in a single word answer. This has to match the answer (and any varients) that you mark as correct.


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Hot Spot Questions require the student to click on a picture in order to answer a question.


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Jumbled Sentence Questions

Jumbled Sentence Questions require a student to complete a sentence, choosing words using drop down lists.


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Matching Questions

Matching Questions require a student to match one value to another. This could be matching text to text, text to pictures, pictures to sound clips and so on.


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Multiple Answer

Multiple Answer Questions require a student to answer a question by selecting one or more answers.


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Multiple Choice

Multiple Choice Questions require a student to answer a question by selecting a single answer.


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Opinion Scale / Likert Questions

Opinion Scale/Likert Questions are usually used in surveys. The respondent is asked to state their opinion based on a scale.


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Ordering Questions

Ordering Questions require the student to put a number of items. This could for example be chronological or procedural.


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Quiz Bowl Questions

Quiz Bowl Questions present an answer and require the student to type in the question.


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Short Answer Questions

Short Answer Questions allow text to be entered into a text box. This text is not automatically marked and will require manual marking.


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True/False Questions require the student to choose whether something is true or false.

Quiz Bowl Questions

Quiz Bowl Questions present an answer and require the student to type in the question.

Add Question

Add Question

1. From your test canvas, select Quiz Bowl from the drop down menu and click on Go.

Enter Question Text

Enter Question Text

2. Enter the question text, which should be an answer, followed by a statement asking for the question that goes with it.  In the above example the question reads The answer is iSolutions but what is the question?

Assign Point Value

Assign Point Value

3. Assign the number of points the question carries.

4. Choose Extra credit only according to your preference.
This option allows the you to make the questions an extra credit questions as opposed to a regular question. If this options is selected points are added to the score if the question is answered correctly; no points are taken away if the questions is answered incorrectly.

Options

Options

5. If you wish for partially correct answers to receive any credit select Allow Partial Credit.

6. Partial Credit % is the amount of credit that will be given to answers that include the correct phrase but do not include the correct interrogative word.

Interrogatives

Interrogatives

7. Choose the interrogatives that should be used by the student, by default there are four.  You may remove superfluous ones or add extra ones.

Answer Phrases

Answer Phrases

8. Here you enter any phrase the student must use with an above interrogative in order to get the question right.  The answers are not case sensitive.

Enter Feedback

Enter Feedback

9. Enter feedback for correct and incorrect answers.

10. Add categories and keywords if you wish.

Submit

Submit

13. Click on Submit to finish.

Student view

Student view

14. This is how the question is presented when a student takes a test.  The answer has already been typed in.