In the "Administration" area of a test, you will find further menus, similar to other learning resources. Here you can configure the test in more detail. The "Settings" menu is particularly important. The "Assessment Tool" is relevant if the test is to be used independently of the course.
General settings for a test are made in the "Settings" in the "Administration" of the test learning resource. Select the tab "Options" and make the desired settings.
The following configurations can be made:
Here you select a preconfigured selection of typical settings for different test usage situations.
Decide, for example, whether it is a summative or formative test or use a different default configuration. This makes it easier, especially for inexperienced authors, to quickly find a suitable setting. Later changes and individual adjustments are still possible.
|Limit number of test attempts|
Enter the maximum number of possible solution attempts for a test here. The value can be a maximum of 20.
|First successful attempt counts||Once the result is "passed", the user cannot perform the test again.|
|Anonym users (guests) allowed||Persons without OpenOlat account can also complete the course. The results are also available in the test statistics. However, guests cannot interrupt the test. Only completed tests are counted.|
|Display only module, hide LMS||This is chosen to prevent a user from having access to other OpenOlat functions during a test. OpenOlat is hidden and only displayed again after the test has been completed.|
|Show question title|
Select the checkbox to display the titles of the questions to the users. If the titles should not be displayed but the navigation is activated then an anonymous title appears in the menu navigation.
|Show menu navigation|
If you do not allow menu navigation:
|Personal notes||You can allow users to create personal notes during the test that are no longer available when the test is complete.|
|Show number of questions and progress in test||Select the checkbox to display the number of questions to the users.|
|Show points and score in test||Select the checkbox to show the users current score in the test run.|
|Show questions max. points||If the checkbox is checked, the maximum achievable points per question are displayed in the test.|
|Allow to suspend||Selecting the checkbox allows users to interrupt the test. The previous answers are saved and the users can continue answering the questions at a later time.|
|Allow to cancel||By ticking the checkbox you allow the course participants to cancel the test without saving the answers.|
|Generate a test receipt|
If this option is selected, a test receipt will be generated after the test is finished, which can be downloaded as an XML file. It is used to verify the test.
|Send the test receipt per mail||If the option "Create test receipt" is selected, the option "Send test receipt by mail" can be activated additionally. The created XML file will then be sent to the participant by e-mail.|
|Show feedbacks||As long as this checkbox is selected, the feedback will be displayed during the test process. If the checkbox is no longer selected, no more feedback will be displayed. This concerns the feedback of all question items and also the feedback that can be added at the test level. The individual feedbacks are configured in the test editor.|
Show results after test has been submitted
If this checkbox is selected, the result will be displayed when the test is finished. However, the result is not displayed on the test home page. This setting is made in the test course element.
From the following options, you can select the ones you want to display.
Further settings of the learning resource will be made in the further tabs of the Settings "Info", "Metadata", "Release" and "Catalog". Make sure that the license information under "Metadata" corresponds to your requirements.
In order to be able to add further correctors to a test, even across courses, the correction must be activated in the administration of the test in the menu "Grading". Afterwards the graders can be added, grading assignments can be given and further settings can be made.
Here the external grading is generally switched on. You can then define whether the test items are evaluated anonymously or with a visible name. The correction period specifies the maximum time available to the grader.
The respective graders are automatically notified when new edits of the test are available. The notification can be sent either immediately after the test is completed or once a day. For this purpose, a suitable mail text can be stored or a template ("Choose language template") can be used. After the first mail notification, two reminder mails can be sent at user-defined intervals (days).
Here you add the persons who are to grade a test. It does not matter which role the person has in OpenOlat. Users can also be added as graders. Further configurations can be made via the gear wheel, e.g. a grader can be contacted, deactivated or removed and the respective grading assignments can be displayed.
Here the processing status of the grading assignments of the different graders can be displayed and filtered according to various criteria.
For more information on cross-course correction, see the Coaching Tool.