How do I create a fill in the blank question?
This allows for a fill in the blank question to be added to a new or existing assessment. This question type presents users with a question followed by a text box in which they enter the answer; each user's answer is compared to a list of allowed answers.
Questions may be added to any assessment. Select an existing assessment or create a new one.
Note: You may also add a question directly to a question pool.
For more information on creating new assessments, see How do I create an assessment?
After selecting Fill in the Blank from the drop-down menu, the program will open additional options for the question.
Enter the point value for this question. Questions may be worth any point value you choose.
Tip: Keep in mind that the point value of all the questions in the assessment will equal the point value of the assessment in the Gradebook. So, if you want your assessment to be worth a total of 100 points, you should assign point values to your questions accordingly.
Do you want students to see the point value as they are taking the test? If so, leave the default setting of Yes. If you prefer that students do not see the point value for the question, select No.
Type the Question Text into the text box provided.
Note: If preferred, click the hyperlink to open the Rich-Text Editor.
Check either box if the correct answer is case sensitive and/or the question has more than one acceptable answer.
Click Add Attachments to browse for and select a file attachment if desired.
If you have multiple parts in your assessment, you may assign the question to a different part.
If you have an existing question pool and would like to copy this question to the pool, select the pool name here.
Feedback is optional text available for the student to review after the particular question is graded. For fill in the blank questions, the feedback option is offered for correct and/or incorrect answers, if desired.
Note: To edit with Rich-Text Editor, click the hyperlink to open the full menu.