Selecting the QUIZ tab on the Manage course screen displays the Quiz screen for that Course, as shown in the following illustration. 

eLeaP™ encourages you to create pre- and post-course assessments. Measuring trainee performance enables you to evaluate the full impact of your e-learning training program. 

You can filter the results displayed on the Quizzes list by making a selection from the Type list, making a selection from the User Groups list and/or entering dates within the From and To fields (or using the Calendar icon to select those dates), and then clicking .

As shown in the following illustration, the following Quiz Types are available: Multiple Choice/True False, Sequence/Sort/Order/Ranking, Essay/Short Answer/Explanation, Multiple Choice with Explanation and Hotspot, Find Errors.

You can begin to add questions to it by selecting the [ADD NEW QUESTION] button, as shown in the following illustration.

The Add new question screen is displayed, as shown in the following illustration. Use the steps below to successfully add a new question to a Quiz. 

Select a Question Type from the Question type list.

Enter the question in the Question box.

Upload an image for each option, if desired, by clicking the down arrow icon. 

Select the degree of difficulty for the Question from the Difficulty list in the Settings area. Available options are Easy, Medium or Hard.

Click the [CHOOSE FILES] option to upload an image associated with the Question. eLeaP provides its users with the opportunity to use images within Questions and Answers. For example, if the Question was “Which of these two images represents the small intestines,” they could upload an image of the large intestines as Option A and an image of the small intestines as Option B. Enter as many options as necessary with the Options boxes. In our example, only two would be necessary; one for if the answer is True, and another for if the answer is False.

Select the Correct checkbox for the option that represents the correct answer to the question.

Enter any Feedback desired when an answer is correct within the Correct answer feedback and Incorrect answer boxes in the Settings area.

Click [SAVE QUESTION] to create the question.

The system confirms that the question has been added, as shown in the following illustration, and you can add additional questions, if desired.

Re-selecting the QUIZ tab shows that the Question has been added to the Quiz, as shown in the following illustration.

You can now click the add new question button to add an additional Question, click the export link to export the Quiz, and/or click the settings link to access the quiz settings area.

Clicking the export link will export a Quiz in .PDF format. As shown in the illustration below, you are given the option of Opening or Saving the Quiz. 

Selecting the Open option will open the Quiz in your .PDF Reader, as shown in the following illustration, where you can save it to a location on your computer using the Reader’s Save option on the File menu.

Quiz Question Facts

eLeaP™ currently has five (5) question types or formats: 

Multiple Choice/True/False, 

Sequence/Sort Order/Ranking, 

Essay/Short Answer/Explanation, 

Multiple Choice with Explanation, and 

Hotspot, Find Errors 

To create Multiple Choice or True or False quiz questions, select that Question option, enter your question, assign a Difficulty Level, and upload an Image if needed. Next you will proceed to add the possible Answer options. You can add up to six (6) possible Answers. If you need to upload images as part of your answers, click the button next to the relevant question. You are almost done. Next, you need to pre-select the correct Answer so that the eLeaP system can automatically grade your Quiz. Click to submit your question! 

Quiz Feedback: You can include feedback rules based on correct and incorrect answers. Simply input the relevant feedback options in the bottom boxes provided in eLeaP™. 

Repeat this process as many times as needed to create other Multiple Choice or True or False questions. 

Select “Sequence, Sort Order or Ranking” type questions if you want to create Quiz questions that test the ability of your Users to correctly Rank, Sequence or Sort different answer options. An example of such a question would be “arrange the planets in the correct order starting from the nearest to the sun”. You would then add the correct order sequence as Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter …” 

The eLeaP™ system would automatically unscramble the answer sequence when your quiz is deployed so that your users would have to re-arrange them in the proper sequence. 

Remember, click [SAVE QUESTION] to submit your question! 

If you want to create quiz question that asks for a short answer or an essay, click the Essay/Short Answer/Explanation question option. All you have to do is type in your question and select the relevant Difficulty Level (if applicable) and then click [SAVE QUESTION] to submit your question! 

You can ask a Multiple Choice question but also require your Users or Trainees to explain their answer choice. Select the Multiple Choice with Explanation option for this type of question. You need to enter your question in the Question box, select the Difficulty level that is needed, upload a picture or image if needed, and type in the answer options. You will then pre-select the correct response or answer and also check the Explanation Needed box for the relevant answer you have selected. If one of the possible answers is an image or picture, go ahead and upload the relevant picture from your computer. Click [SAVE QUESTION] to submit your question! 

The last question type in the eLeaP™ Quiz Creator system is the Hotspot or Find the Error Question Type. Do you have a map you need correctly identified or a schematic diagram you need to have correctly analyzed? Select the [Hotspot, Find Errors] Question Type, enter the question, select the Difficulty level, click the upload image link to find and upload the relevant image into the eLeaP™ system. Note: if this is a schematic diagram that you need analyzed, you would need to have pre-created it as such. 

If you are satisfied with your question and you have uploaded the relevant image(s), it is time to click [SAVE QUESTION] to save your new quiz question.

Quiz Settings

Selecting the [SETTINGS] link on the Quiz screen displays the Settings screen for the Quiz, as shown in the following illustration. Use the steps below to successfully navigate the Settings screen.

Enter a Time Limit for the entire Quiz in the Time Limit field, in Minutes.

Enter the number of Questions that you want to have in the No. of Questions field.

Enter the Total Score or Percentage necessary to pass the Quiz in the Passing Score/Percentage field, selecting points or percentage as the basis for passing the Quiz. 

Enter the number of retries available for students who don’t pass the Quiz in the No. of Quiz Retries field. If greater than 0, users get multiple retry attempts. To display answers, see below.

Select the YES option or the NO option to indicate whether or not to display answers before a retry from the Display Answers before retry list.

Select the YES option or the NO option to indicate whether you want to randomize the quiz questions or not from the Randomize Quiz Questions list.

Select the YES option or the NO option to indicate whether you want to randomize the quiz answers or not from the Randomize Quiz Answers list.

Select the YES option or the NO option to indicate whether or not the Quiz is Active or Inactive from the Active list.

Click [SUBMIT] to save the Quiz to the system. The system confirms that the Quiz Settings have been saved, as shown in the following illustration.

Within the Advanced Settings portion of the screen, enter the number of Questions with a difficulty level of Easy, Medium or Hard, and then click [SUBMIT] .

Quiz Settings Explained

Time Limit: Assign a time limit for Quiz completion. Just type in the number of minutes you want to assign for your quiz. 

No. of Questions: Do you want to use a 1/3 of the questions you have available in your Question Bank? Then type in the relevant number of questions (to be deployed) out of the Total Quiz Questions available to you. For example, if you had 30 questions in your Question Bank but only wanted to use 25 of them, then you will type in 25 in the [No. of Questions] box. 

Passing Score: What is the minimum score a user would have to achieve to pass your quiz assessment? From the example above if you need your users to correctly answer 20 questions out of 25 total questions to pass your quiz then type in 20 questions in the [Passing Score] field. 

Passing Percentage: You can alternatively select the percentage passing value and eLeaP will automatically calculate it based on the number of questions used. 

Number of Quiz Retries: Give your users more than one quiz attempt. Use the Quiz Retries option to set the number additional retry opportunities. 

Display Answers before Retry: Because of the retry options above, you may choose to block answer feedback during the retry effort. This way, users will only see the correct answers when they accept their final quiz scores. 

Randomize Quiz Questions: Use this option to let eLeaP automatically randomize how it serves up your quiz. This works best if you use fewer questions than your total number of created quiz questions. 

Randomize Quiz Answers: In addition to randomizing the order of the quiz questions, you can also randomize the order in which your Quiz answers are displayed. For example the correct answer might not be option B, it could be moved to option C. 

Ready to launch your quiz? Choose option [YES] in the [Active] field and then click [Submit] to launch your Quiz. 

Quiz Advanced Settings 

eLeaP™ makes it easy to automatically set and assign different difficulty levels of quiz questions to your users. Let’s say out of a total of 30 questions in your Question Bank, you want the eLeaP™ system to designate 10 questions as Easy, 10 questions as Medium and 10 questions as Hard or Difficult. Click [SUBMIT]. The eLeaP™ system would then automatically assign these questions to your users.

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