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In ANGEL 7.3, quizzes that contain fill-in-the-blank or fill-in-multiple blanks questions will not convert to assessments if the precision field is used. Below is a video tutorial demonstrating how to work around this issue so that quizzes with these question types can convert to assessments.
Here is another video to help you prepare for moving from Quizzes to Assessments. Today's topic is on how to randomize quiz questions using Question Sets. Remember, Question Sets replace Section Headings in Assessments. Also note that everything covered regarding assessments also applies to Surveys in ANGEL 7.4
With Quizzes and Surveys, I could preview or take the quiz (to see how it works/what students will see). Assessments seem to have Preview but no way to take the quiz, unless I use the User Preview (sunglasses) but that won't work if the assessment is not yet visible to students... Is there any other (easy!) way to take the assessment (as an instructor)????
This video covers what happens to images when moving from Quizzes to Assessments. Three kinds of image placement are covered:
1. Images uploaded from the desktop.
2. Images linked from another web site.
3. Images embedded from another web site.
Here is a brief video to help you prepare for the upgrade to ANGEL 7.4 at the end of the spring semester.
From 6:00 p.m. Friday, May 14 to 6:00 a.m. Eastern Time Monday, May 17, Penn State’s Course Management System, ANGEL (http://cms.psu.edu/) will be unavailable while Information Technology Services (ITS) upgrades ANGEL from version 7.3 to version 7.4. ITS regrets any inconvenience this outage may cause. Note: ITS is still testing the version 7.4 system and may uncover issues that will prevent the upgrade from occurring at this time.
The new version of ANGEL will feature enhancements to several existing tools, and several new tools will help course editors perform administrative tasks. In version 7.4, the quiz tool from previous versions will no longer be available; only the assessment tool will be available. For the most part, however, the functionality will remain familiar to users. To learn more about the new features in version 7.4, visit http://tlt.its.psu.edu/about/news/2010/angel74newfeatures. For any questions, contact ANGEL support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It used to be strongly recommended that ANGEL users avoid using the "Back" button to navigate through the content in ANGEL. Is that still the case?