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In this course, author Chris Mattia helps educators create online courses that complement classroom-based instruction and foster student interaction using the free learning management system Moodle. The course details the basics of setting up a test environment, disseminating course information, creating forums, and assessing student progress. Tutorials on building course materials with Moodle's built-in HTML editor, preparing and posting various types of media, uploading assignments, and evaluating tests automatically are also included.
Now that we have added a bunch of questions to our question bank, and we've created a Moodle Quiz for our Final Exam, it's time to add the questions into our exam. To do that make sure you're inside of your quiz in your Moodle course, and then click the Edit quiz button. The Edit quiz page allows you to very easily add questions directly into your quiz. You can do that by simply hitting the Add question button, or you can Add a random question. You're also able to set the total number of points that this exam is going to be worth.
There is a very helpful feature over here on the right-hand side that allows you to access your Question bank contents directly inside of the Editing quiz page. Click the Show a link and when the page refreshes, you can scroll down and access all the questions within your Question bank, you can select specific categories that you want to work with, so say for instance, we want to work just with the Ecology questions. Now only the questions that are in the Ecology category are displayed.
We can not only see the icon denoting the type of question that we have, we can see the name that we assigned to each of the questions. In our case, we assigned the names to be the type of question to make training easier. And then you can also see the first line of the question, so you have a little more information about which question you are looking at. You can add specific questions into your quiz by simply clicking the Select button and then hitting the Add to quiz, button. This will move a particular question over and into your exam.
If you have a question in your exam that you want to get rid of, you can simply get rid of it by clicking the Remove button on the right-hand side of the question. If you'd like to add all the questions to your exam, simply click the check box at the top of the column of all of the questions and that will automatically select all the questions in the current category. Then scroll down a little bit and click the button that says With selected: Add to quiz and now all of our questions have been added directly into our quiz.
If we scroll down, we can see the order in which all of those questions have been added. Go ahead and scroll back up. In the next movie we will look at ways to be able to control the order of these questions.
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