Yes, you can import a question bank into Canvas, however, there is a caveat. You can only import questions from programs that create QTI files. QTI defines a standard format for the representation of assessment, content, and results. This means that the questions to be imported must be contained in a QTI Package.
Once a quiz has been published, you will be able to moderate it. The moderation tool allows teachers to view the following student usage data: Based on the analysis of the information displayed, you can give students extra attempts or extra time to complete the quiz or manually unlock quiz attempts. To moderate a quiz, follow these steps below: Blackboard … Read More
Yes you can regrade the quiz for automated marking type questions (e.g.: multiple choice questions, true/false). click on edit quiz -> Questions -> select the correct answer (thus changing it) -> click the green arrow on the top left corner of the hover window -> This will open the regrading options popup -> select your choice and update.
Yes it does but only when the course setting “Quiz log auditing” is switched on. Switch this on before you release a quiz. You can find do that by going to Settings->Feature Options->Quiz log auditing. You can track student quiz attempts under the “Moderate this quiz” option on the quiz page.
Quizzes in Canvas are a type of assignment designed to assess student understanding and comprehension of course material. Quizzes can be both graded and ungraded. You can create four different types of quizzes in Canvas. These are: The table below compares the types of questions available in Canvas and Blackboard. To road-test the question types you can use in a … Read More