Modifying an existing assessment

Note: To complete the procedures in this document, you need to be assigned a role that has the necessary permissions. To find out what your role is, follow the directions in Participant roles. To see a list of what permissions are associated with a given role, see Permissions, roles, and tools. For a basic understanding of roles and permissions, see Permissions and Roles: Overview.

You can modify the settings, parts, and questions of any assessment listed under "Core Assessments". When you publish an assessment, a copy is created and listed under "Published Assessments". For the published copy, you can make changes only to the "Delivery Dates" and "Gradebook Options" settings.

Note: After you've published an assessment, if you modify its "Core Assessments" copy, you'll have to alter the assessment's name before publishing it. When you publish it, you'll be creating another copy under "Published Assessments", not replacing the existing published copy.

Note: You should not use the feedback option in Tests & Quizzes when assessing learning, as it may provide information students can use to correct their answers before submitting a test.

Modifying the settings

To modify the settings of an assessment under "Core Assessments" or "Published Assessments", follow these steps:

  1. Under the assessment title, click Settings.

  2. On the Settings page, click the arrow next to each setting to reveal its options. For more information about the settings and their options, see Assessment settings.

  3. When you're finished, click Save Settings to save your changes and return to the Assessments page. To keep the original settings and discard any changes, click Cancel.

    Note: You also can modify the settings by clicking Settings in the editing screen.

Modifying the parts

You can modify the parts (i.e., sections) of any assessment listed under "Core Assessments". To do so, follow these steps:

  1. Click the assessment's title to enter the editing screen. At the top, you will see a bar containing three options, Add Part, Settings, and Preview Assessment:

  2. Every assessment must contain at least one part. Parts are signified within an assessment by a box containing the part title, a drop-down list for determining the order of the parts, plus two options, Remove and Modify. (If there is only one part, the Remove option will not appear.) Each new assessment will include an automatically created part called "Part 1 Default". You have the following options:

Modifying the questions

To modify the questions of an assessment under "Core Assessments", follow these steps:

  1. Click the assessment's title to enter the editing screen.

  2. Each question is represented by a bar containing the question number, the type of question and its answer point value, and two links, Remove and Modify. You have the following options:

  3. To add more questions to the assessment, you have two options:

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