Adding questions to a question pool or
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.
In Tests & Quizzes, when you're creating a
question for an assessment, you can assign it to an existing question
pool by using the
Select a pool name drop-down list next to
"Assign to Question Pool". For more information, see Creating questions for an assessment.
When you're working with a question pool, you can add questions by
following these steps:
- In the menubar of the relevant worksite, click
Tests & Quizzes.
- On the Assessments page, click
- From the main Question Pools screen, click the name of the
question pool to which you want to add the questions. If you'd like to
add questions to a subpool, first reveal the name of the subpool by
clicking on the triangle next to the larger pool. Then, click the name
of the subpool.
- On the bar labeled "# Questions", where "#" is the number of
questions in the pool or subpool, click
- From the drop-down menu beside "Select question type", select the
question type. Click
- The precise options on the next screen will depend upon the type
of question you are adding. Typically, you will indicate a point value
for the question, the question text, correct answer(s), and feedback
for correct or incorrect answers. For more information on question
types, see Types of questions available for assessments and Creating questions for an assessment.
- To add the question to the pool or subpool, click
- You will be returned to the main screen for your question pool or
subpool. Under the question you just added, you can click
to preview the question.
Add if you wish to add another question, and repeat
the steps above. When you are finished, click
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Last modified on November 29, 2005.