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Support Document
In New Quizzes, instructors can assign point values to individual questions within a quiz in addition to specifying an overall score on the assignment details page. This feature allows for flexible grading but also introduces a unique aspect where the total points of individual questions might not match the overall quiz score listed in the assignment details.
Support Document
Support article on how to migrate from Canvas Classic Quizzes to New Quizzes.
Blog Post
Creating meaningful online assessments presents unique challenges for instructors who are used to teaching in face-to-face settings. It is possible to create practical, rigorous online assessments; however, special consideration must be given to alignment with learning outcomes, assessment type, technological feasibility, and academic integrity.
Blog Post
There's exciting news for UNF faculty, especially for all the instructors who have been asking about Canvas New Quizzes. We are thrilled to announce that the Online Learning Support team at CIRT has developed a New Quizzes roll-out plan.
Apps and Tools
Respondus allows instructors to create exams offline in a familiar Windows environment.
Student response systems are interactive quizzing tools teachers can use to quickly assess student understanding and increase student engagement in real time.
Currently, Quizzes in Canvas are difficult to print and cannot be downloaded directly to a MS Word format. Quizzes can be exported from Canvas in the QTI format, imported into Respondus, and printed from there.
Respondus allows instructors to create exams offline in a familiar Windows environment. The software provides many time-saving tools, such as the ability to import existing exams from word processor files or from publisher test banks into Canvas.
Support Document
The directions here walk through the steps of scanning and scoring test forms and generating reports.
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