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Course Detail

ELUCV05 - QMplus Quizzes (online)

This one hour session will help you set up a quiz and question sets in QMplus.

The quiz activity in QMplus is a popular and flexible activity allowing you to set up quizzes to test student knowledge and provide feedback. There are 22 different question types available ranging from the standard multiple choice type to gap fill to more complex algebraic question types. Quizzes can be delivered in a wide variety of different ways and it is even possible to set up randomised quizzes so that students get a different quiz each time they try. It is also easy to provide images, audio and video in quiz questions.

In this one hour introductory session you will find out about: the variety of quiz questions available; how to create questions; the different ways in which quizzes can be delivered including randomised quizzes; what quizzes look like to students; how to set up feedback; how to mark quizzes including overriding grades; how to find detailed information on student performance in quizzes.

The E-Learning Unit are running online training sessions for staff to need help to get help with teaching remotely. These sessions are designed to show you the most commonly used functions of the tools, explore how you can use them with students, give you some hands-on practice and have your questions answered, supported by guidance documentation.

All sessions will be delivered online. Please access this session on the following link: https://qmplus.qmul.ac.uk/enrol/index.php?id=13361

The link above will direct you to a QMplus area where you can select the session you require (please scroll down the page to find the session you have booked on to).

You can also access the session via the direct QMplus activity link below:

https://qmplus.qmul.ac.uk/mod/collaborate/view.php?id=1342758&forceview=1

You will be required to self-enrol on this course the first time you access it.

The sessions are available to all staff, but relevant to those who are directly involved in teaching and assessment. PhD students, please note these sessions do not contribute towards skills points.

Please use Firefox, Chrome or Safari when accessing the workshops run through Blackboard Collaborate – Internet Explorer (IE) and Microsoft Edge are not supported.

Please see more information about the sessions the E-Learning Unit are running here: https://elearning.qmul.ac.uk/announcements/remote-teaching-at-qmul/

Objectives

Provided by: E-Learning Unit

Details

Date: Tuesday 22 September 2020

Venue: Online, Online, Online

Time: 15:00 - 16:00


Tutor

  • Mr W Goodyear