Creating and managing quizzes
The Quizzes tool enables you to create and manage points-measured assessments. As part of your quantifiable assessment procedures, you can use quizzes to help evaluate users' learning progress and learning outcomes. Create and manage quiz questions from the Question Library or the Quizzes tool, and organize quizzes into categories to make it easier to find assessments with similar or related content. Use the quiz preview option to test the accuracy of content and grading before you release a quiz. In a preview, you can answer the questions, view allowed hints, submit the quiz, auto-grade answers, read feedback, and view report results.
Once you receive completed quizzes from learners, you can view quiz statistics such as grade distribution, grade average, question statistics, and user statistics on the Statistics page.
You can only access Likert questions through the Surveys tool and Question Library. Likert questions are unavailable for quizzes.
You can now import Quiz and Question banks created in the IMS QTI 2.1 standard.
Tutorial: Creating a quiz in D2L
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How do I manage exemptions?
Instructors can manage exemptions by launching the Manage Exemptions page from the following locations in the Quizzes tool:
On the Manage Quizzes page, in the context menu of a quiz
On the Grade Quiz page as a button at the top of the page
How to export the event log of all quiz attempts
You can export an event log of all quiz attempts made by all learners in your course.
Open the quiz that you want to export the event log for.
On the Grade Quiz page, click Export Event Logs.
Enter a name for the file.
Specify where you want to save the file.
How to reset quiz attempts for learners?
How to prevent cheating in quizzes?
View the event log of a single quiz attempt
Have Other Questions about Quizzes?
If so, scroll through the Quizzing Practices Supplement below. Please note that you must be logged into your Pima Gmail to view this embedded document.