How do I add a Case Study or Scenario to my online exam?
You will learn how to set up the Quiz tool (quiz, test, exam), so that you can display a case study or scenario with the relevant questions on the same page within your exam.
There are three main parts to setting this up.
Follow these guides below to learn how to create the type of questions you want to use. Generally speaking for a case study, you may want to begin with a Description question type which will display the instructions and text, images, etc. for the case study. The questions that students will answer based on the case study will be displayed on the same page and will be underneath the text of the case study.
Start by creating a Description question.
Follow this guide on how to add a Quiz to your course.
2.1. Enter your course.
2.2. Click on the Gear icon.
2.3. Select Turn editing on.
2.4. Click on Add an activity or resource.
Scroll down to the Topic section where you want to put the quiz.
2.5. Select Quiz.
2.6. Click on Add.
2.7. Type a title.
2.8. Type a Description.
You can add images, video, audio and formatted text to almost any textbox within an activity or resource.
2.9.1. Add open and close dates if desired.
Click the checkbox to the left of the word "Enable", then set the open and close dates and times. Open and Close dates are not required, but the Close date does affect the Review options section below.
2.9.2. Set a time limit if desired.
For a quiz or exam, a tight time limit may discourage cheating because the student doesn't have enough time to look up answers via the internet, but may encourage a student to work with a partner.
2.9.3. Click on Show more..
2.9.4. Select 'Open attempts are submitted automatically'.
There are three choices for what happens when a timer expires:
Open attempts are submitted automatically is generally the best and the recommended choice because when the timer expires, the quiz closes and all of the non-manually graded question types are graded. Manually graded questions include Essay questions, for example.
There is a grade period when open attempts can be submitted, but no more questions answered allows students to view the quiz until the grace period expires, if enabled. Although students can view their responses, they cannot make any changes to them.
Attempts must be submitted before the time expires, or they are not counted closes the attempt when the timer expires, but the questions are not grades. This choice is not recommended unless you like to add a lot of extra work for yourself. In other words, you would have to grade every single question one by one on a piece of paper.
2.9.5. Select a Submission grace period is if desired.
The Submission grace period is only available, if you have selected to allow a grade period when the timer expires, which requires that you first set a Timer.
2.10.1. Select a Grade category if desired.
In order to select a Grade category, you must first create one or more categories in the Gradebook.
2.10.2. Set a Grade to pass.
The default for the Grade to pass is 0.00. The Grade to pass setting will allow you to automatically set a given activity to be marked as "Complete"; thus, allowing a student to go on to the next activity or resource.
The screenshot below shows a Grade to pass of 8.00. This would represent 80% of a 10-point quiz, as an example. So, the student would need 80% score to pass the quiz.
The student's grade in the Grader report will display in red if it does not meet the Grade to pass. If it does meet the Grade to pass, it will be in green.
2.10.3. Set the allowed number of attempts.
For most uses for a Quiz activity, the Attempts allowed will be 1 because the activity is being used as a summative assessment. However, there are times when more than one attempt is desired, so use the dropdown to select the desired number of attempts.
2.10.4. Select a Grading method.
Only if 2 or more attempts are allowed in the Attempts allowed field, would the Grading method field become active.
You can choose:
Highest grade will enter only the highest attempt in the gradebook. If the student takes multiple attempts, only the highest will display in the gradebook. All attempts will still be shown in the Quiz Results page.
Average grade will average the score of the attempts and report that score to the gradebook.
First attempt will only record the first attempt in the gradebook. However, all of the attempts will still be recorded in the Quiz Results page.
Last attempt will record only the score of the latest attempt in the gradebook whether it is the highest or not.
2.11.1. Select how many questions to display per page.
In general one question per page is recommended, so that it is more difficult for students to cheat.
2.11.2. Click on Show more..
2.11.3. Select the type of navigation.
There are two types of navigation:
Free is the default and allows the student to go back and forth anyway within a quiz as long as there is still time on the Timer.
Sequential requires that the student answer each question as it is encountered in the quiz.
2.12.1. Decide whether to set the answer choices to shuffle within each question.
This choice is about shuffling the answers within each question, not shuffling the order of the questions. However, in questions where you have set the answers to not shuffle, those answers will not shuffle whether this setting set to Yes or No.
Don't shuffle answers for questions where you have created answer choices like "All of the above" or "None of the above" or "A and C", etc.
2.12.2. Decide on the type of feedback students should receive.
Read the Moodle docs page for detailed information about How questions behave.
Deferred feedback is the default setting and allows student to see their quiz score after they have finished the attempt (if the the Review options are set to allow that).
2.12.3. Click on Show more..
2.12.4. Select whether to allow question redos.
A question redo option is only available for immediate types of feedback, such as Immediate feedback or Interactive with multiple tries.
2.12.5. Select whether attempts build upon previous attempts.
If you are allowing 2 or more attempts at a quiz, then you can choose whether an attempt builds upon a previous attempt. The default is set to No.
In this section you can adjust which information a student sees during and after the quiz.
2.13.1. During the attempt
The default is to allow the student to only view The attempt. This means that students can see the questions and answer them, but they do not know whether the answer is correct or their score or any other feedback.
The following options are available:
The attempt will allow the student to see the questions. It must be checked; otherwise, nothing will be visible to the student.
Whether correct allows the student to see if their answer choice is correct or not. And is needed if immediate feedback is being used in the quiz.
Points shows the student their score.
Specific feedback provides feedback at the answer-level, if you have provided any when creating the question.
General feedback provides feedback at the question-level, if you have provide any when creating the question.
Right answer shows the correct answer for each question already answered.
Overall feedback shows feedback at the end of the attempt based on the score range, if you have set that up.
2.13.2. Immediately after the attempt
Points is checked by default. Select the information you want students to view immediately after having completed the quiz.
2.13.3. Later, while the quiz is still open
Points is checked by default. Select the information you want students to view 2 minutes after having completed the quiz.
2.13.4. After the quiz is closed
Points is checked by default. Select the information you want students to view after the Close the quiz date and time has past. If you do not set a date for the Close the quiz setting, then this setting here will never take effect.
If Points is unchecked, then the students will not see their score within the Quiz, nor within the User report (Grades).
2.14.1. Select whether to show the student's image.
2.14.2. Select the number of decimal points.
Two decimal points is the default, which is also the default for the gradebook.
2.14.3. Click on Show more..
2.14.4. Set the decimal place in question grades.
The default is to have the individual question grades display in the quiz results page the same as for the gradebook overall.
2.14.5. Decide whether to show the course blocks.
2.15.1. Click on Show more..
2.15.2. Type a password if desired.
The Require password field is useful if you are using an online proctoring service such as ProctorU or Proctorio. You provide the company with the password. Students cannot take the quiz without the proctor entering the password.
2.15.3. Type a network sub-net or other IP address if desired.
This field allows you to specify a particular sub-net or a full IP, so that, for example, students would have to be in a specific computer lab in order to take the quiz.
2.15.4. Enable a time delay if allowing multiple attempts.
If you are allowing multiple attempts and do not want the student to take a new attempt directly after finishing a previous attempt, you can set the number of minutes, hours or days which must elapse before a new attempt can be made.
2.15.5. Set Browser security if desired.
Setting the Browser security to open the quiz in a new pop up window will almost certainly be blocked by the student's web browser.
You will need to tell students to override their web browser popup setting if you enable Browser security.
2.15.6. Leave Offline quizzing set to No.
Note: for this Overall feedback to display after a quiz has been finished and submitted by a student, the Overall feedback field in the Review options section must be checked.
2.16.1. Click on Add 3 more feedback fields.
2.16.2. Type text and a Grade boundary.
2.16.3. Continue with the other Grade boundaries.
In this sample quiz, the students must obtain at least 80% to demonstrate mastery and to move on to the next activity.
Read this guide to learn about using Restrict access - limiting a student's ability to view or access activities, resources, topic sections, etc.
2.21. Click on Save and display.
2.22. Click on Edit quiz.
2.23. Type the Maximum grade.
10 is the default. For best results in the gradebook, use integers.
2.24. Click on Save.
3.1. Within the Edit quiz page, click on Add.
3.2. Select 'from question bank'.
Since we have previously created questions, we can select to pull the questions from a question bank. Also, since we want to control the order of the questions, we will not pull questions randomly.
3.3. 3 Use the dropdown to select the correct category.
3.4. Click to select all questions.
3.5. Click on Add selected questions to the quiz.
3.6. Click to remove page breaks.
This action will place all of the questions on the same page which is how they are intended to be displayed the information at the top and all of the relevant questions below.
3.7. Type a section name and hit Enter.
Creating a separate section is only needed if you intended to have this case study in the same quiz as other case studies or with other questions not related to this case study.
3.8. Previewing the Quiz
When we preview the quiz, we can see that all of the questions for this case study are on the same page. All of them are listed below the description as desired.
You have now learned how to create a case study or scenario setup for an exam or quiz in your course in TITANium.