Click the unit to which you want to add a new question
Click on “Edit Assignment”
Click on “Create a new standard exercise”
Click on the new “Standard Exercise”
Click “Add New Question”
There are three settings to select.
Choose question settings
- Radio: A standard multiple choice question that allows for one correct answer
- Checkboxes: A multiple choice question that allows multiple answers to be correct (students check the box for each correct answer)
- Free Response: Questions with textboxes that require an algebraic or numeric answer
- Comment: A survey-type question that accepts text responses (not recommended for Problems)
- Immediately: Students will see whether they got the answer correct immediately after they answer
- After the deadline: Feedback will be delayed until after the Problems are due
This defines how much credit to give to the student for just trying, regardless of the correctness of the student's answer. Entering 100% means that full credit will be given for entering any answer. A participation credit of 0% means that the student will only get full credit if their answer is correct.
Here you can enter instructions for your Problems assignment.
Click "Enter here the question setup"
Click the pencil icon (edit) to the right of “Prompt for the question"
Click "Prompt for the question" to edit the question prompt
Enter the question
- Format the question using the formatting editor
- Use the paste options to paste, paste as plain text or paste from Word
- Click Save when you've finished formatting your question
Click on an answer choice to edit it
Click "Save" to save each choice
Click "+ Add new choice" to add an additional choice
If you need to change these options from the ones you chose when you created the question, click to edit.
Click to edit "Display Feedback" and "Participation Credit"
For the Radio question type: If the correct answer is any other answer besides the first one, click Choice A next to Right Answer. Select the actual correct answer from the dropdown menu. Under Wrong Answer, make sure to swap out the correct answer with Choice A.
Click answer choices to edit
For the Checkbox question type, editing the Right Answer will allow you to select multiple answer choices using checkboxes.
For the Free Response question type, you will have to type in the correct answer. You can also add/edit Wrong Answers and give specific feedback for each wrong answer.