Manage questions in the Quiz Builder

Add or Edit Questions

  1. From the Edit Quiz or New Quiz page, click Add/Edit Questions.
  2. On the Question list, select the check box for one or more of the available questions. The Add and Import menus are replaced by Delete, Move To and a More Actions menu.
  3. Use the More Actions menu to update the settings of multiple questions:
  • Use Toggle Bonus to set bonus questions
  • Use Toggle Mandatory to make the question mandatory
  • Use Set Points to change the point value of questions
  • Use Align to Standards to align quiz questions to learning standards
  • Use the Move To menu to select the location for the new questions within the quiz. You can select Top of the Quiz, Bottom of the Quiz, or a specific Section.

Move and reorder questions

Individual questions can be moved by dragging and dropping them into the desired location. If you want to move multiple questions you can use the Move To menu. It is only visible when question check boxes are selected.

  1. Select the check boxes for the questions you want to move.
  2. Click Move To, and select from the available options:
  • Top of the Quiz
  • Bottom of the Quiz
  • Section

Note: When choosing the Section option, the menu expands to display all available sections in the quiz.

Delete alignments from quiz questions

You can remove alignments individually on the main Quiz Builder screen, or remove alignments to individual questions within question pools in the Question Pool editor.

  1. Browse to the quiz or question pool.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • Click the X on the alignment tag in the question pool to delete the alignment for all questions within the pool.
    • Click the X on the alignment tag on an individual question to delete the tag for that question only.
    • Select several questions, then click to clear the outcomes alignment for those questions only.

Importing and exporting questions

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.

Import questions from Brightspace Learning Repository

  1. From the Edit Quiz or New Quiz page, click Add/Edit Questions.
  2. From the Import drop-down menu, click Import from LOR.
  3. Browse to the repository and select the check boxes for the quiz or questions you want to import.
  4. Click Select.

Export questions to Brightspace Learning Repository

  1. From the Edit Quiz or New Quiz page, click Add/Edit Questions.
  2. Select the check boxes for the questions you want to export.
  3. From the More Actions drop-down, click Publish to the LOR.
    1. Do one of the following:
      • To publish to an existing repository, select Pick a Repository. From the drop-down list, select a repository.
      • To overwrite an existing learning object, select Overwrite an existing object. Click Search. Locate the repository you want to overwrite. To have your learning object inherit the previous object's metadata, clear the Replace existing object's metadata check box.
    2. Click Sharing and Publishing Options. Do any of the following:
      • To leave the page while your package is being built, select Publish in the background.
      • To hide the learning object from searches, select Hide learning object in search results.
      • To associate the learning object with Creative Commons rights, select Creative Commons licensed. From the drop-down list, select your modifications preference. Creative Commons licensing enables you to retain copyright on your work while allowing different degrees of reuse to other users. Associating a creative commons license automatically populates the metadata rights fields with this information.
    3. In the Learning Objects to Publish area, clear the check box for any item you do not want to include in the package. Clearing a folder clears all its associated questions and sub-folders.
    4. Click Next.
    5. On the Detected Files page, do any of the following:
      • To add additional files to the package, click Add Files. Locate the file and click Add.
      • To add additional folders to the package, click Add Folders. Locate the folder and click Select a Path.
    6. Click Next.
    7. On the Metadata page, to classify your learning object, click The classify iconClassifications. From the Classification Schema drop-down list, select a schema. Click Select. Click the Add icon for any classification you want to add. Click Save.
    8. Click Publish to LOR > Done.