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An OU Multiple Response question is a multiple-choice, multiple-response question type. The main difference from a standard multiple-choice question type is the grading mechanism. When creating a question, the teacher simply indicates which choices are correct. If there are n number of choices, the student...
Article Id: 20334
Category: Activities & Resources

Random Short-Answer Matching Questions are like a standard Matching question , with answer options in a list, but the sub-questions are generated from the Short Answer questions in the current category. The available answers are generated from the acceptable answers to each short-answer selected. If a short-answer...
Article Id: 20335
Category: Activities & Resources

Regular Expression Short Answer is an enhanced short answer question type that analyzes the student's response more thoroughly by using regular expression (RegExp) syntax. It is best used with questions that require natural language answers and not mathematical or scientific answers. Possible answers must be written using RegExp syntax. Question settings allow entry of...
Article Id: 20525
Category: Activities & Resources

The Select Missing Words question is very similar to the Drag and Drop into Text question type, but the words/phrases are in a dropdown menu. This is helpful when the text is quite long and students would have to scroll a lot to drag and drop. ...
Article Id: 20336
Category: Activities & Resources

In a short answer question, the student types in a word or phrase in response to a question (that may include a image). Answers may or may not be case sensitive. The answer could be a word or a phrase, but it must match one of your acceptable answers exactly. It's a good idea to keep the required answer as short as possible to avoid missing a correct answer that's phrased differently.
Article Id: 20324
Category: Activities & Resources

A student is given only two choices for an answer in this kind of question: True or False. The question content can include an image, video, or html code. To Add a True/False Question to the Question Bank Open Moodle and select your course . In the ...
Article Id: 20322
Category: Activities & Resources

The Overrides setting provides instructors with the ability to allow for student accommodations and increased time allotments for specific users in their Moodle course. If instructors need to add the same accommodation to multiple students, they can either do so individually for each student or add a group override . How to Enable the User Override...
Article Id: 20158
Category: Activities & Resources

A SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) package is a collection of files which are packaged according to an agreed standard for learning objects. The SCORM activity module enables SCORM or AICC packages to be uploaded as a zip file and added to a course. For instructions on adding a SCORM package, see Moodle: Activities &...
Article Id: 20046
Category: Activities & Resources

A Feedback Assignment is a way for the instructor to request input from the students. To Submit A Feedback Assignment: Go to the Section/Topic with the Feedback Assignment. Click on the name of the assignment.
Article Id: 20286
Category: Activities & Resources

The Moodle Assignment activity allows students to upload their work as a file or type directly into the text editor. To Submit an Assignment: On the course page, click on the assignment title. On the assignment summary page, click Add submission . On the submission page, type...
Article Id: 20202
Category: Activities & Resources