Just follow the instructions below to create a simple test or questionnaire in no time before embedding it in your course and activating it for your participants.
|Step 1: Open course editor and insert course element|
|1||Search for your course in "Authoring", section "My entries," and open it.|
|2||Click on "Course editor" in the drop-down menu "Tools" in the toolbar.|
|3||Select position at which your test, self-test or questionnaire course element should be inserted by clicking on it.|
|4||Select "Test," "Self-test" or "Questionnaire" in the pop-up "Insert course elements" in the toolbar.|
|5||Indicate a short title for your course element in the tab "Title and description" and save your settings.|
|Step 2: Create a test or questionnaire file|
|1||Click on "Choose, create or import file" in the tab "Configuration test/self-test/questionnaire."|
|2||Click on "Create."|
|3||Indicate the title of your test and click on "Create".|
Your file is now created and consists of one section as well as one single-choice question by default. If there are no such questions in your test you can delete that default single-choice question as soon as you have added any other question.
|Step 3: Edit test or questionnaire and add new question (e.g. multiple choice)|
|1||Click on "Edit."|
|2||Select your type of question (e.g. multiple choice) in the drop-down menu "Add" in the toolbar.|
|3||Select position at which your new question should be inserted and save your settings.|
|4||Indicate title and configuration (optional) in the tab "Meta data" and save your settings.|
|5||Click on the pencil icon next to "New question" in the tab "Question/answers" before editing your question and saving your settings.|
|6||Select "Add new answer" several times (number depending on possibilities) before editing your answers and saving your settings.|
|7||In your test check all answer options that are correct and save your settings.|
|8||Modify assessment method (optional) and save your settings.|
|9||Indicate feedback in the next tab (optional) and save your settings.|
In following the same pattern you can now add additional questions of your favored type. Use sections to organize your questions.
|Step 4: Save test or questionnaire|
|1||Click on "Close/Save" in the right corner of the toolbar.|
|2||Save your settings.|
|Step 5: Publish and activate your course|
|1||Navigate back to your course editor.|
|2||Select "Publish" in the toolbar on top.|
|3||Check course element before clicking on "Next."|
|4||Select "All registered OpenOLAT users" from the pull-down menu, section "Modify course access."|
|5||Click on "Finish."|
Your test or questionnaire is now embedded and can be used by your course participants.