- Introduction to Item-Based Summative Assessments
- Smart Author Assessment Tools and Technology
- Creating Single-Form Assessments: Quizzes and Unit Tests
- Creating Multiple-Form Assessments: Quizzes and Unit Tests
- Creating Highly Randomized Assignments: Quizzes and Unit Tests
- Tagging Assessment Questions
- Question Pools
- Assessment Settings
- Adding a Note in Assessments
In addition to the various ways you can create summative assessments, you can use assessment settings to create specific rules surrounding assessments. Some of these settings are:
Attempts: You can set the number of times that students can take the assessment.
Grading: If multiple attempts are allowed, you can choose to grade the best attempt, grade the last attempt, or average the scores.
Scheduling: You can schedule summative assessments to be available only during a certain time period.
Late work: You can choose to accept or not accept late work.
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When it comes time to set up your live course, be sure to communicate with your Engagement Manager about your desired assessment settings. These settings must be set up before students enter the course.