D2L Quizzes: Tips for Increasing the Effectiveness of Numeric and Non-numeric Quizzes
Whether you are teaching live, on-ground classes or fully online classes, D2L Quizzes can be utilized to provide students with increased exposure to and practice with course material in a highly randomized and automated fashion that protects academic integrity while also reducing faculty workload. The workshop presenter will describe how to 1) create questions of various types, 2) question libraries, and 3) quizzes and exams in D2L Quizzes. Special emphasis will be placed on properly programming Arithmetic Questions (2+2) and the use of Regular Expressions for Fill in the Blank Questions (FIB). Attendee familiarity with D2L Quizzes would be helpful but is not required.
This is a Zoom workshop.
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