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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.
The next type of question that we want to add to our feedback survey is a rated type of question where the students can select from a scale, let's say 0 to 4 or 1 to 5, some particular rating. In this case we're going to ask about the students' overall level of satisfaction with the MRC facilities on the island. So go ahead and click the dropdown menu and select Multiple choice (rated), this is again going to be a required question, we want all students to be forced to answer this question, then in the Question field let's go ahead and ask our question, Please rate your overall level of satisfaction with the MRC facilities.
For the Label we'll go ahead and add MRC Facilities. Now for these types of questions I'd like to have the responses laid out horizontally, so it's easy to see from one response to the next. So we'll go ahead and select horizontally. The type of multiple-choice select, we can have it so that it just gives us our listings, or we can have these added into a dropdown. We've already seen what a dropdown looks like, so we'll go ahead and leave this set to Multiple choice - single answer. We do not want to analyze any empty submits nor do we want to show the not selected items, so we'll go ahead and leave that set to Yes also.
In the Multiple choice values section we want to designate the point value associated with each item, and we do that by adding a number and then a slash and then the name of the item that we want to make selectable for that. So for 0 we'll go ahead and add Poor, hit Enter or Return on your keyboard for a point value of 1/, we'll give the label of Below Average, then for 2 points we'll go ahead and call this Average, 3 points Above Average, 4 points Excellent.
Notice I didn't put spaces on either side of the slash either between the numerical value and the slash or between the slash and our label. So that's really important to be able to make sure that you leave those without spaces in there. We'll go ahead and scroll down. this is not a dependent question, so we don't need to worry about the dependent value either. Position 4 would be the fourth question in our survey which is fine, and we'll go ahead and hit Save question. When our page reloads in the Preview down here at the bottom we can scroll down and we can see the label that we've got here, and then we can see the question, Please rate your overall level of satisfaction with the MRC facilities, and we have our radio buttons for Poor, Below Average, Average, Above Average, and Excellent.
In the next movie we'll add an open-ended question for students to be able to provide us additional feedback.
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