Examples of Question Types & Student View

This page has resources for instructors about the different options avaliable. This includes the question types, and student view of the Studio quiz and assignment.

Creating a Multiple Choice Question

  1. Add Question Stem: Write the question.
  2. Type an answer: Select correct answer by clicking the symbol. The correct answer will then have a symbol next to it.
  3. Vary points by answer: Make different point values per question. By default, the quiz divides the points by the number of questions.
  4. Shuffle Choices: Prevent students from seeing the choices in the same order for each attempt.
  5. Question Feedback: Provide automatic feedback for correct or wrong answers, as well as general feedback per question.
creating multiple choice quizzes


Creating a True or False Question

  1. Add Question Stem: Write the question.
  2. True or False: Select correct answer by clicking the symbol. The correct answer will then have a symbol next to it.
  3. Question Feedback: Provide automatic feedback for correct or wrong answers, as well as general feedback per question.
creating true false quizzes


Creating a Multiple Answer Question

  1. Add Question Stem: Write the question.
  2. Type an answer: Select all correct answers by clicking the symbol. The correct answers will then have a symbol next to them.
  3. Shuffle Choices: Prevent students from seeing the choices in the same order for each attempt.
  4. Question Feedback: Provide automatic feedback for correct or wrong answers, as well as general feedback per question.
creating multiple answer quizzes


Student View During a Quiz

The Studio quiz will look like the image below when students are ready to participate.

Note: By default, Studio assignment dimensions are small. The display below represents the default size setting. Click here for an example of student view when Load This Tool In A New Tab is selected.

what the finished product looks like

If you chose to allow students to see where questions are in the video, they will be noted with at the specific timestamp.

what a question looks like in video

Students will make their selection, and then click Continue. The result will be sent to the gradebook and students will see results immediantely.

what a question looks like


Student View - Load in a New Tab Enabled

Makes video avaliable in a larger display window.

Load quiz in a new tab

Larger display of media in browser
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