Managing questions in Question Library

Create sections in Question Library
Create sections outside Question Library

You can create sections to organize your questions into folders while creating a quiz, survey, or self assessment. The folders you create will reside directly within the assessment tool you create them in, not in the main Question Library.

  1. On the Edit [Quiz/Survey/Self Assessment] page, click Add/Edit Questions.
  2. From the New drop-down menu, click Section.
  3. Enter a Section Title.
  4. To hide the section title from learners, select the Hide Section Title from students check box.
  5. Enter the Section Text.
  6. To hide the section text from learners, select the Hide Section Text from students check box.
  7. To shuffle questions within this section, select the Shuffle questions in this section check box.
  8. Click Save or from the Save drop-down menu click either Save and New or Save and Copy.
Edit a question or section in Question Library
  1. In Question Library, from the context menu of the question or section you want to edit, click Edit.
  2. Make your changes and click Save.
Preview questions in Question Library

Use the preview page to view the appearance of an individual question, as well as the comments and hints included with the question. If the question appears in more than one place, the preview page lists the other places the question appears (for example, in the Quizzes, Surveys, and Self Assessments tools).

  1. Do one of the following:
    • In Question Library, from the context menu of the question you want to preview, click Preview.
    • On the Edit Question page for the question you want to preview, click Preview.
  2. Click Done.
Reorder questions or sections in Question Library
  1. In Question Library, click Order.
  2. On the Order page, select the check box for any question or section you want to move.
  3. Click the Move Up or Move Down icons.
Publish questions and sections to a learning repository
  1. In Question Library, select the check box for any question or section you want to publish to a learning repository, then click Publish to LOR.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • From the Pick a Repository drop-down list, select the repository you want to publish to.
    • To overwrite existing content, select Overwrite an existing object. To locate the learning object that you want to overwrite, click Search. Select the learning object, then click Select.
  3. In the Sharing and Publishing Options area, do any of the following:
    • If you want to leave the page while the system publishes, select Publish in the background. You can check the publishing job's status later.
    • If you do not want the object to be visible or publicly available, select Hide learning object in search results. Only users with the correct permissions can view hidden learning objects.
    • To associate Creative Commons rights with the learning object, select Creative Commons licensed. Creative Commons licensing enables you to retain copyright on your work while allowing different degrees of reuse to other users.
  4. In the Learning Objects to Publish area, clear the check box for any question or section you do not want to publish with the package.
  5. Click Next.
  6. On the Publish page, in the Metadata area, enter your metadata details.
  7. Click Publish to LOR.
Access Browse Question Library window
  1. Log in, and navigate to Quizzes.
  2. Click New Quiz to create a new quiz, or click a quiz name to edit a pre-existing quiz.
  3. Click Add/Edit Questions, then click Import, and select Browse Question Library from the drop-down menu.

Note: Click Source Collection to modify the source collection, click Filter to filter by question type, and click Sort to reorder the questions by question type, points value, or alphabetically by text or title.

Add Questions from the Browse Question Library window

  1. On the navbar, click Quizzes.
  2. Click New Quiz to create a new quiz, or click a quiz name to edit a pre-existing quiz.
  3. Enter a name for the quiz.
  4. Click Add/Edit Questions and from the Import drop-down menu, select Browse Question Library.
  5. To search in the Question Library, enter a keyword in the Search question text field.
  6. To search in any other quiz in the course, from the Source drop-down menu, select the quiz.

    Note: You can filter the search results by question type and sort the search results by question type and points or alphabetically by title or text.
  7. Select the question(s) you want to add and do one of the following:
    • Click Import to automatically add the questions to the end of the quiz.
    • Click the Import drop-down menu to select the section of the quiz to add questions. You can select Import to Top of the Quiz, Import to bottom of the Quiz, or Import to Section > [Section name].
  8. Click Done Editing Questions.
  9. Click Done Editing Questions.