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Revision as of 16:52, 14 August 2021

Overview

BetterExaminations is an online examination software integrated with UWindsor's directory that automatically syncs all courses and students to the site. The software has a plethora of question types and can serve as an alternative to Blackboard's assessment tool for instructors who are looking for more advanced and customizable questions. This wiki article will cover all question types in BetterExaminations, how to create them, different grading options, and important considerations when constructing the different question types.

Accessing BetterExaminations

To access BetterExaminations, go to https://uwindsorca.on.betterexaminations.com/ and it should automatically log you in using the University of Windsor's Single Sign On (SSO).

Alternatively, you can login to Blackboard by going to https://blackboard.uwindsor.ca/ and navigate to your course, then go to Control Panel -> Course Tools -> Better Exams to launch the software in a new browser window.

Creating a Question

To create a question in BetterExaminations:

  1. Click the Create new Question button to start creating a new question.  
  2. Enter a title for the question. 
  3. You can change the question display properties by clicking on the Settings icon and choose a layout from the available six formats.  
  4. In the details menu, you can set the status of the questions and scoring type.  
  5. Once you have adjusted the questions settings, click “Add new” to open the questions/features menu. 
  6. In the Questions tab, you can select a question type from a list of 54 question types. 
  7. Select the question you would like to create to launch the question creation window.

  To add questions from a question bank in BetterExaminations:

  1. Click the “Add from Question Bank” button to add previously created questions in the course. 
  2. In this menu, you search for a question by its title or click the down pointing arrow for more filter options, such as by content, question type, tags, etc.
  3. Can also click the Sort button to change the sorting type to by last updated, creation date, and alphabetical.
  4. To view more results, click the Next button to navigate to additional pages(if applicable).
  5. Once you have found the questions you would like to add, check the box to the left of the question name to select.
  6. When you are done selecting questions, click the Add n Question(s) button (where n is the number of selected questions) to add the selected questions to the exam.

Note: Creating any questions in a course will automatically add those questions to the course question bank. Questions in the course question bank can be used for future exams in the course.

Editing/Deleting a Question

Question Types

Multiple Choice

Multiple Choice - Standard

  1. In the Compose question field, enter the question text. You can use rich text formatting to construct the question if desired.
  2. Create the available answer choices under Multiple choice options. To add more responses, click the blue ADD button under the last multiple choice option. To delete responses click the bin icon to the right of the response.
  3. Set the points required for the correct answer and select the correct answer by checking the box to the left of the correct answer.
  4. You can choose to Shuffle options (randomize order of answers) or change the question type to a multiple answer type question by toggling Multiple responses.
  5. Under the More options section, you can set the problem to be Unscored/Practice usage, assign Penalty point(s), toggle whether or not you would like for students to be able to check if their answer is correct and set the number of times a student is allowed to check their answer on the particular question.
  6. For scoring type, keep it as exact match, as there is only one correct answer for this question type. Make sure Enable auto scoring is checked so the question is automatically graded.
  7. You can set a minimum score if the student attempts the question (not recommended).
  8. Under Layout and Selection you can change the display formatting of the question.
  9. Under Extras you can reference the source of the question (textbook, website, etc.) in the Acknowledgments field and under Sample answer you can choose to include a sample reference for future reference.

Note: The Acknowledgments and Sample answer fields under the Extras section are for instructional use only and cannot be viewed by students, so feel free to use the two to take notes for future reference.

10. Once you are done editing the question options, click the Preview button to launch a student preview of the question to test it. Answer the question and click the Show Answers button to view the correct answer.
11. If the question works as intended and you are done making changes, click the Save button to add it to the question list.

Note: Always test the question in preview mode before saving it, to ensure you have set up the question properly and the system is registering the correct response.

Multiple Choice - Multiple Response

  1. In the Compose question field, enter the question text. You can use rich text formatting to construct the question if desired.
  2. Create the available answer choices under the Multiple choice options options. To add more responses, click the blue ADD button under the last multiple choice option. To delete responses click the bin icon to the right of the response.
  3. Set the points required for the correct answer and select the correct answers by checking the box to the left of the correct answers.

Note: The points set will be for each individual correct answer as the question has multiple correct responses. For example, setting the points to 1 for a question with 2 correct responses will set the total score of the question 2.

4. You can choose to Shuffle options (randomize order of answers).
5. Under the More options section, you can set the problem to be Unscored/Practice usage, assign Penalty points, toggle whether or not you would like for students to be able to check if their answer is correct and set the number of times a student is allowed to check their answer on the particular question.
6. For scoring type, set it to Partial match per response to ensure that students get credit for partially correct answers. Make sure Enable auto scoring is checked so the question is automatically graded.
7. You can set a minimum score if the student attempts the question (not recommended).
8. Under Layout and Selection you can change the display formatting of the question.
9. In the Extras section, you can reference the source of the question (textbook, website, etc.) in the Acknowledgments field and under Sample answer you can choose to include a sample reference for future reference.

Note: The Acknowledgments and Sample answer fields under the Extras section are for instructional use only and cannot be viewed by students, so feel free to use the two to take notes for future reference.

10. Once you are done editing the question options, click the Preview button to launch a student preview of the question to test it. Answer the question and click the Show Answers button to view the correct answer.
11. If the question works as intended and you are done making changes, click the Save button to add it to the question list.

Note: Always test the question in preview mode before saving it, to ensure you have set up the question properly and the system is registering the correct response.

True or False

  1. In the Compose question field, enter the question text. You can use rich text formatting to construct the question if desired.
  2. Use the provided answer choices, true and false. If you would like to add more responses, click the blue ADD button under the last response option. To delete responses click the bin icon to the right of the response.
  3. Set the points required for the correct answer and select the correct answer by checking the box to the left of the correct answer.
  4. You can choose to Shuffle options (randomize order of answers) which may not be necessary for this question type.
  5. Under the More options section, you can set the problem to be Unscored/Practice usage, assign Penalty points, toggle whether or not you would like for students to be able to check if their answer is correct and set the number of times a student is allowed to check their answer on the particular question.
  6. For scoring type, keep it as exact match, as there is only one correct answer for this question type. Make sure Enable auto scoring is checked so the question is automatically graded.
  7. You can set a minimum score if the student attempts the question (not recommended).
  8. Under Layout and Selection you can change the display formatting of the question.
  9. Under Extras you can reference the source of the question (textbook, website, etc.) in the Acknowledgments field and under Sample answer you can choose to include a sample reference for future reference.

Note: The Acknowledgments and Sample answer fields under the Extras section are for instructional use only and cannot be viewed by students, so feel free to use the two to take notes for future reference.

10. Once you are done editing the question options, click the Preview button to launch a student preview of the question to test it. Answer the question and click the Show Answers button to view the correct answer.
11. If the question works as intended and you are done making changes, click the Save button to add it to the question list.

Note: Always test the question in preview mode before saving it, to ensure you have set up the question properly and the system is registering the correct response.

Multiple Choice - Block Layout

This question type is identical to the standard multiple choice question in terms of creation. The only difference is the question display layout. The block layout has the responses in slightly shaded blocks as opposed to plain text provided in the standard multiple choice question type and has larger text for the different options (A, B, C, etc.).

  1. In the Compose question field, enter the question text. You can use rich text formatting to construct the question if desired.
  2. Create the available answer choices under Multiple choice options. To add more responses, click the blue ADD button under the last multiple choice option. To delete responses click the bin icon to the right of the response.
  3. Set the points required for the correct answer and select the correct answer by checking the box to the left of the correct answer.
  4. You can choose to Shuffle options (randomize order of answers) or change the question type to a multiple answer type question by toggling Multiple responses.
  5. Under the More options section, you can set the problem to be Unscored/Practice usage, assign Penalty point(s), toggle whether or not you would like for students to be able to check if their answer is correct and set the number of times a student is allowed to check their answer on the particular question.
  6. For scoring type, keep it as exact match, as there is only one correct answer for this question type. Make sure Enable auto scoring is checked so the question is automatically graded.
  7. You can set a minimum score if the student attempts the question (not recommended).
  8. Under Layout and Selection you can change the display formatting of the question.
  9. Under Extras you can reference the source of the question (textbook, website, etc.) in the Acknowledgments field and under Sample answer you can choose to include a sample reference for future reference.

Note: The Acknowledgments and Sample answer fields under the Extras section are for instructional use only and cannot be viewed by students, so feel free to use the two to take notes for future reference.

10. Once you are done editing the question options, click the Preview button to launch a student preview of the question to test it. Answer the question and click the Show Answers button to view the correct answer.
11. If the question works as intended and you are done making changes, click the Save button to add it to the question list.

Note: Always test the question in preview mode before saving it, to ensure you have set up the question properly and the system is registering the correct response.

Choice Matrix - Standard

  1. In the Compose question field, enter the question text. You can use rich text formatting to construct the question if desired.
  2. Create the different question statements (stems). To add more statements, click the blue ADD button under the last option. To delete statements, click the bin icon to the right of the statement.
  3. Set the appropriate selectable options for the created question statements (i.e., true/false) under Options.
  4. Set the points required for the correct answer and select the correct answers by checking the box under the appropriate option.
  5. You can choose to Shuffle options (randomize order of questions).
  6. Under the More options section, you can set the problem to be Unscored/Practice usage, assign Penalty points, toggle whether or not you would like for students to be able to check if their answer is correct and set the number of times a student is allowed to check their answer on the particular question.
  7. For scoring type, set it to Partial match per response to ensure that students get credit for partially correct answers. Make sure Enable auto scoring is checked so the question is automatically graded.
  8. You can set a minimum score if the student attempts the question (not recommended).
  9. Under Layout you can change the display formatting of the question and change the Font size.
  10. Under Extras you can reference the source of the question (textbook, website, etc.) in the Acknowledgments field and under Sample answer you can choose to include a sample reference for future reference.

Note: The Acknowledgments and Sample answer fields under the Extras section are for instructional use only and cannot be viewed by students, so feel free to use the two to take notes for future reference.

11. Once you are done editing the question options, click the Preview button to launch a student preview of the question to test it. Answer the question and click the Show Answers button to view the correct answer.
12. If the question works as intended and you are done making changes, click the Save button to add it to the question list.

Note: Always test the question in preview mode before saving it, to ensure you have set up the question properly and the system is registering the correct response.

Choice Matrix - Inline

This question type is identical to the standard choice matrix question in terms of creation. The only difference is the question display layout. This question type has the options inline as opposed in the question header ( the options are not in the column header, they are located to the right of the checkboxes).

  1. In the Compose question field, enter the question text. You can use rich text formatting to construct the question if desired.
  2. Create the different question statements (stems). To add more statements, click the blue ADD button under the last option. To delete statements, click the bin icon to the right of the statement.
  3. Set the appropriate selectable options for the created question statements (i.e., true/false).
  4. Set the points required for the correct answer and select the correct answers by checking the box under the appropriate option.
  5. You can choose to Shuffle options (randomize order of questions).
  6. Under the More options section, you can set the problem to be Unscored/Practice usage, assign Penalty points, toggle whether or not you would like for students to be able to check if their answer is correct and set the number of times a student is allowed to check their answer on the particular question.
  7. For scoring type, set it to Partial match per response to ensure that students get credit for partially correct answers. Make sure Enable auto scoring is checked so the question is automatically graded.
  8. You can set a minimum score if the student attempts the question (not recommended).
  9. Under Layout you can change the display formatting of the question and adjust the font size.
  10. Under Extras you can reference the source of the question (textbook, website, etc.) in the Acknowledgments field and under Sample answer you can choose to include a sample reference for future reference.

Note: The Acknowledgments and Sample answer fields under the Extras section are for instructional use only and cannot be viewed by students, so feel free to use the two to take notes for future reference.

11. Once you are done editing the question options, click the Preview button to launch a student preview of the question to test it. Answer the question and click the Show Answers button to view the correct answer.
12. If the question works as intended and you are done making changes, click the Save button to add it to the question list.

Note: Always test the question in preview mode before saving it, to ensure you have set up the question properly and the system is registering the correct response.

Choice Matrix - Labels

This question type is identical to the standard choice matrix question in terms of creation. The only difference is the question display layout. This question type has the labels to the left of the statement text. This question type is identical to the standard choice matrix question in terms of creation. The only difference is the question display layout. This question type has the options inline as opposed in the question header ( the options are not in the column header, they are located to the right of the checkboxes).

  1. In the Compose question field, enter the question text. You can use rich text formatting to construct the question if desired.
  2. Create the different question statements (stems). To add more statements, click the blue ADD button under the last option. To delete statements, click the bin icon to the right of the statement.
  3. Set the appropriate selectable options for the created question statements (i.e., true/false).
  4. Set the points required for the correct answer and select the correct answers by checking the box under the appropriate option.
  5. You can choose to Shuffle options (randomize order of questions) and add Multiple responses for the question.
  6. Under the More options section, you can set the problem to be Unscored/Practice usage, assign Penalty points, toggle whether or not you would like for students to be able to check if their answer is correct and set the number of times a student is allowed to check their answer on the particular question.
  7. For scoring type, set it to Partial match per response to ensure that students get credit for partially correct answers. Make sure Enable auto scoring is checked so the question is automatically graded.
  8. You can set a minimum score if the student attempts the question (not recommended).
  9. Under Layout and Selection you can change the display formatting of the question.
  10. Under Extras you can reference the source of the question (textbook, website, etc.) in the Acknowledgments field and under Sample answer you can choose to include a sample reference for future reference.

Note: The Acknowledgments and Sample answer fields under the Extras section are for instructional use only and cannot be viewed by students, so feel free to use the two to take notes for future reference.

11. Once you are done editing the question options, click the Preview button to launch a student preview of the question to test it. Answer the question and click the Show Answers button to view the correct answer.
12. If the question works as intended and you are done making changes, click the Save button to add it to the question list.

Note: Always test the question in preview mode before saving it, to ensure you have set up the question properly and the system is registering the correct response.

Fill in the Blanks (Cloze)

Cloze with Drag & Drop

  1. In the Compose question field, enter the question text. You can use rich text formatting to construct the question if desired.
  2. Enter the question text in the Template markup field. To add the response field click on the text field and click the r symbol enclosed in a dotted box to add it to the text field. The response box cannot be moved once inserted, so make sure you place it appropriately. To delete it, simply select it and click the backspace key on your keyboard.
  3. Create the appropriate responses under the Possible responses section. To add more responses, click the blue ADD button under the last option.
  4. Set the points required for the correct answer and select the correct answers by dragging and dropping the responses in the correct location.
  5. You can choose to Shuffle options (randomize order of answers).
  6. Under the More options section, you can set the problem to be Unscored/Practice usage, assign Penalty points, toggle whether or not you would like for students to be able to check if their answer is correct and set the number of times a student is allowed to check their answer on the particular question.
  7. For scoring type, set it to Partial match per response to ensure that students get credit for partially correct answers. Make sure Enable auto scoring is checked so the question is automatically graded.
  8. You can set a minimum score if the student attempts the question (not recommended).
  9. Under Layout you can change the display formatting of the question and adjust Font size.
  10. Under Extras you can reference the source of the question (textbook, website, etc.) in the Acknowledgments field and under Sample answer you can choose to include a sample reference for future reference.

Note: The Acknowledgments and Sample answer fields under the Extras section are for instructional use only and cannot be viewed by students, so feel free to use the two to take notes for future reference.

11. Once you are done editing the question options, click the Preview button to launch a student preview of the question to test it. Answer the question and click the Show Answers button to view the correct answer.
12. If the question works as intended and you are done making changes, click the Save button to add it to the question list.

Note: Always test the question in preview mode before saving it, to ensure you have set up the question properly and the system is registering the correct response.

Cloze with Drop-Down

  1. In the Compose question field, enter the question text. You can use rich text formatting to construct the question if desired.
  2. Enter the question text in the Template markup field. To add the response field click on the text field and click the r symbol enclosed in a dotted box to add it to the text field. The response box cannot be moved once inserted, so make sure you place it appropriately. To delete it, simply select it and click the backspace key on your keyboard.
  3. Create the appropriate responses under the Possible responses section. For each response, add a number of selectable responses from the drop-down. To add more responses, click the blue ADD button under the last option.
  4. Set the points required for the correct answer and select the correct answers by dragging and dropping the responses in the correct location.
  5. You can choose to Shuffle options (randomize order of answers).
  6. Under the More options section, you can set the problem to be Unscored/Practice usage, assign Penalty points, toggle whether or not you would like for students to be able to check if their answer is correct and set the number of times a student is allowed to check their answer on the particular question.
  7. For scoring type, set it to Partial match per response to ensure that students get credit for partially correct answers. Make sure Enable auto scoring is checked so the question is automatically graded.
  8. You can set a minimum score if the student attempts the question (not recommended).
  9. Under Layout you can change the display formatting of the question and adjust Font size.
  10. Under Extras you can reference the source of the question (textbook, website, etc.) in the Acknowledgments field and under Sample answer you can choose to include a sample reference for future reference.

Note: The Acknowledgments and Sample answer fields under the Extras section are for instructional use only and cannot be viewed by students, so feel free to use the two to take notes for future reference.

11. Once you are done editing the question options, click the Preview button to launch a student preview of the question to test it. Answer the question and click the Show Answers button to view the correct answer.
12. If the question works as intended and you are done making changes, click the Save button to add it to the question list.

Note: Always test the question in preview mode before saving it, to ensure you have set up the question properly and the system is registering the correct response.

Cloze with Text

  1. In the Compose question field, enter the question text. You can use rich text formatting to construct the question if desired.
  2. Enter the question text in the Template markup field. To add a response field, click on the text field and click the r symbol enclosed in a dotted box to add it to the text field. The response box cannot be moved once inserted, so make sure you place it appropriately. To delete it, simply select it and click the backspace key on your keyboard.
  3. Enter the appropriate responses under the Set correct answer(s) section. You can set up alternate answers for the question by clicking the + button next to the Correct box. This is useful when the order of the responses is not important.
  4. Set the points required for the correct answer.
  5. Under the More options section, you can set the problem to be Unscored/Practice usage, assign Penalty points, toggle whether or not you would like for students to be able to check if their answer is correct and set the number of times a student is allowed to check their answer on the particular question as well as toggle whether or not the answers are case sensitive by toggling Case sensitive.
  6. For scoring type, set it to Partial match per response to ensure that students get credit for partially correct answers. Make sure Enable auto scoring is checked so the question is automatically graded.
  7. You can set a minimum score if the student attempts the question (not recommended).
  8. Under Layout you can change the display formatting of the question, toggle the feature to accept Special characters, set the question to be Multiple line, adjust Font size. and whether or not you would like to toggle Spellcheck and text correction.
  9. Under Extras you can reference the source of the question (textbook, website, etc.) in the Acknowledgments field and under Sample answer you can choose to include a sample reference for future reference.

Note: The Acknowledgments and Sample answer fields under the Extras section are for instructional use only and cannot be viewed by students, so feel free to use the two to take notes for future reference.

10. Once you are done editing the question options, click the Preview button to launch a student preview of the question to test it. Answer the question and click the Show Answers button to view the correct answer.
11. If the question works as intended and you are done making changes, click the Save button to add it to the question list.

Note: Always test the question in preview mode before saving it, to ensure you have set up the question properly and the system is registering the correct response.

Label Image with Drag & Drop

  1. In the Compose question field, enter instructions for the question. You can use rich text formatting to construct the question if desired.
  2. In the Image preview click edit to either upload an image or click the More options drop-down to enter the URL for an image you would like to host. In the same menu, you can adjust image dimensions.
  3. Drag and drop the answer fields to the appropriate location on the image under the Response containers section. You can adjust the number of answers per field by specifying the number in the Maximum responses per container field.
  4. Create the appropriate responses under the Possible responses section. To add more responses, click the blue ADD button under the last option.
  5. Set the points required for the correct answer and select the correct answers by dragging and dropping the responses to the correct location on image.
  6. You can choose to Shuffle options (randomize order of answers), duplicate responses, show the drag handle when dragging a response and add transparency to the responses.
  7. Under the More options section, you can set the problem to be Unscored/Practice usage, assign Penalty points, toggle whether or not you would like for students to be able to check if their answer is correct and set the number of times a student is allowed to check their answer on the particular question.
  8. For scoring type, set it to Partial match per response to ensure that students get credit for partially correct answers. Make sure Enable auto scoring is checked so the question is automatically graded.
  9. You can set a minimum score if the student attempts the question (not recommended).
  10. Under Layout you can change the display formatting of the question and adjust Font size.
  11. Under Extras you can reference the source of the question (textbook, website, etc.) in the Acknowledgments field and under Sample answer you can choose to include a sample reference for future reference.

Note: The Acknowledgments and Sample answer fields under the Extras section are for instructional use only and cannot be viewed by students, so feel free to use the two to take notes for future reference.

12. Once you are done editing the question options, click the Preview button to launch a student preview of the question to test it. Answer the question and click the Show Answers button to view the correct answer.
13. If the question works as intended and you are done making changes, click the Save button to add it to the question list.

Note: Always test the question in preview mode before saving it, to ensure you have set up the question properly and the system is registering the correct response.

Label Image with Drop-Down

  1. In the Compose question field, enter instructions for the question. You can use rich text formatting to construct the question if desired.
  2. In the Image preview section, click edit to either upload an image or click the More options drop-down to enter the URL for an image you would like to host. In the same menu, you can adjust image dimensions.
  3. You can choose to add Image alternative text for the image, and add Text on hover, if desired.
  4. Drag and drop the answer fields to the appropriate location on the image under the Response positions section. You can add more responses by click ADD under Response positions.
  5. Create the appropriate responses under the Possible responses section. For each response, add a number of selectable responses from the drop-down. To add more responses, click the blue ADD button under the last option.
  6. Set the points required for the correct answer and select the correct answers by selecting them from the drop-down.
  7. You can choose to Shuffle options (randomize order of answers).
  8. Under the More options section, you can set the problem to be Unscored/Practice usage, assign Penalty points, toggle whether or not you would like for students to be able to check if their answer is correct and set the number of times a student is allowed to check their answer on the particular question.
  9. For scoring type, set it to Partial match per response to ensure that students get credit for partially correct answers. Make sure Enable auto scoring is checked so the question is automatically graded.
  10. You can set a minimum score if the student attempts the question (not recommended).
  11. Under Layout you can change the display formatting of the question, change the Image scale, adjust Font size and customize the Pointer location.
  12. Under Extras you can reference the source of the question (textbook, website, etc.) in the Acknowledgments field and under Sample answer you can choose to include a sample reference for future reference.

Note: The Acknowledgments and Sample answer fields under the Extras section are for instructional use only and cannot be viewed by students, so feel free to use the two to take notes for future reference.

13. Once you are done editing the question options, click the Preview button to launch a student preview of the question to test it. Answer the question and click the Show Answers button to view the correct answer.
14. If the question works as intended and you are done making changes, click the Save button to add it to the question list.

Note: Always test the question in preview mode before saving it, to ensure you have set up the question properly and the system is registering the correct response.

Label Image with Text

  1. In the Compose question field, enter instructions for the question. You can use rich text formatting to construct the question if desired.
  2. In the Image preview section, click edit to either upload an image or click the More options drop-down to enter the URL for an image you would like to host. In the same menu, you can adjust image dimensions.
  3. You can choose to add Image alternative text for the image, and add Text on hover, if desired.
  4. Drag and drop the answer fields to the appropriate location on the image under the Response positions section. You can add more responses by click ADD under Response positions.
  5. Set the points required for the correct answer and set the correct answers by inserting them in the appropriate field.
  6. Under the More options section, you can set the problem to be Unscored/Practice usage, assign Penalty points, toggle if the answers are Case sensitive, toggle whether or not you would like for students to be able to check if their answer is correct and set the number of times a student is allowed to check their answer on the particular question.
  7. For scoring type, set it to Partial match per response to ensure that students get credit for partially correct answers. Make sure Enable auto scoring is checked so the question is automatically graded.
  8. You can set a minimum score if the student attempts the question (not recommended).
  9. Under Layout you can change the display formatting of the question, change the Image scale, adjust Font size and customize the Pointer location.
  10. Under Extras you can reference the source of the question (textbook, website, etc.) in the Acknowledgments field and under Sample answer you can choose to include a sample reference for future reference.

Note: The Acknowledgments and Sample answer fields under the Extras section are for instructional use only and cannot be viewed by students, so feel free to use the two to take notes for future reference.

11. Once you are done editing the question options, click the Preview button to launch a student preview of the question to test it. Answer the question and click the Show Answers button to view the correct answer.
12. If the question works as intended and you are done making changes, click the Save button to add it to the question list.

Note: Always test the question in preview mode before saving it, to ensure you have set up the question properly and the system is registering the correct response.

Classify, Match & Order

Classification

Match List

Order List

Sort List

Written & Recorded

Essay with Rich Text

Essay with Plain Text

Short Text

Audio Recorder

Video Recorder