T and Q to Assessments
From e-Learning Documentation
There are two online testing tools in e-Learning, Tests & Quizzes and Assessments. This document provides an overview of the advantages and disadvantages of both tools. If at any time, you want to move your online testing from the Tests & Quizzes tool to the Assessments tool, the process is fairly simple. Assessments provides an import from Tests & Quizzes. The main thing that you need to remember is that Question Pools are required in Assessments and are structured so that every question in the pool has the same point value. Because pools in Tests & Quizzes can have multiple point values in the same pool, when you import those pools into Assessments, the pool created will have a point value that is the average of the points in Tests & Quizzes. You can't edit this point value. You will then want to make pools with the correct point values and move the questions into the appropriate pools.
Here's an example:
In Tests & Quizzes, Mary Jones has Exam 1 with three parts.
- Part 1 is made up of 10 multiple choice questions worth 2 points each.
- Part 2 is made up of 5 matching questions worth 3 points each.
- Part 3 is made up of 3 essay questions worth 5 points each.
If she imports the entire test into Assessments, she will have one pool with a point value of 2.78 points for each question. Mary will now make a pool called "Exam 1 Multiple Choice" with a point value of 2 points, a pool called "Exam 1 Matching" with a point value of 3 points, and a pool called "Exam 1 Essay" with a point value of 5 points. She will go to the imported pool called "Exam 1" and move the questions into their appropriate pools. She can then delete the imported pool if desired. Mary can now rebuild the exam very easily in Assessments.