Note: A test can only be deployed once. If students need to have many points of access for the test, create a Course Link for each additional access point.
Step 1: Go to a content area in which the test needs deployed
Step 2: Click on the “Assessments” button and select “Test”
Option 1: Create a Test
Step A: Click on the “Create” button
Step B: Give the test canvas a name, as well as a description and instructions as necessary
Step C: Click on the “Submit” button
Step D: Click on the “Create Question” or “Reuse Question” button
Note: Questions sets can not be exported or imported
Step E: Click on the “OK” button after adding questions to the test canvas
Step F: Click on the “Submit” button
Option 2: Add an Existing Test
Step A: Select the name of the test in the “Add an Existing Test” box
Step B: Click on the “Submit” button
Step 3: Apply the appropriate Test Options including availability, timer, attempts, exceptions, presentation, etc.
Step 4: Click on the “Submit” button.
Step 1: Go to the area in which the test is deployed
Step 2: Hover over the title of the test and click on the action link item (circle) that appears to the right
Step 3: Select “Edit test options”
Step 4: Scroll down to the “Test Availability Exceptions” section
Step 5: Click on the “Add User or Group” button
Step 6: Place a check mark next to the student(s) who need an exception and click on the “Submit” button
Step 7: Make the necessary changes to each user.
Note: In order for a change in options to be available for the individual user, that option itself must be in use for the entire test. For example, if a student required 30 minutes for a test, the “Timer” option must be selected for the rest of the students taking the test.
Note: If the student has already attempted the test, you will need to give them an additional attempt by clicking on Multiple Attempts (under test exceptions) and enter the number of attempts. For instance, if the test is setup with 1 attempt, make sure you specify 2 attempts for the student with exception.
Step 8: If the due date is past the date range in which the students with exceptions have availability to take the test, make sure the “Do not allow students to start the Test if the due date has passed.” option is NOT checked.
Step 9: Click on the “Submit” button
Go to the content area in which the learning module should be created in
Step 2: Click the “Build Content” button
Step 3: Select “Learning Module”
Step 4: Type a name for the learning module
Step 5: Give a short description of the learning module, if necessary
Step 6: Select “Learning Module Options” as necessary
Step 7: Select “Standard Options” as necessary
Step 8: Select “Table of Contents” options as necessary
Step 9: Click the “Submit” button
Note: To add content to the learning module, view the “Adding Content” tutorial.
Move a Learning Module
Step 1: Hover to the left of the learning module so the four arrow icon appears
Step 2: Click, hold, and drag to sequence in which the learning module should show
Step 3: Drop the learning module by releasing the click
Make Learning Modules Available/Visible
Step 1: Click on “Content” from the Course Navigation Menu
Step 2: Hover over a learning module and click on the action item link
Step 3: Select “Edit”
Step 4: Select the ‘Yes’ radio button to permit users to view this content in “Section 4: Standard Options”