12.6: Question Banks
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Note: It is your responsibility to handle question banks and answer keys securely and appropriately to prevent them from being widely available and searchable via the Internet.
The machine-graded assessments in this course are organized by module and are aligned to specific learning outcomes. Waymaker assess students in three locations: Show What You Know (ungraded pretests at the beginning of each module), Self-Checks (short, ungraded practice tests), and end-of-module quizzes (graded).
Faculty can edit and delete any of the quiz questions and also add new ones. To learn more about editing the assessments in Waymaker, visit the Waymaker Faculty User Guide AFTER the course package has been imported to your learning management system (Blackboard, Canvas, etc.).
The Show What You Know and Self-Check questions are also available as a separate file that can be downloaded and imported into the assessment tool in your LMS. This format and extra step are needed ONLY if you want to make your own customized quiz, midterm, or final exam that combines quiz questions from multiple modules.
There are 11 question banks with a total of 273 multiple choice questions.
We provide quiz banks as QTI files, a standard format that allows you to import questions, build, and customize quizzes in most learning management systems (Canvas, Blackboard, etc.). These files cannot be opened outside of an LMS.
According to Lumen company policy, we do not provide quizzes in written (e.g. MS Word) form, in order to preserve the academic integrity of our quiz banks on behalf of everyone using our materials. We adopted this policy after observing how easy it is for quiz banks in written formats to find their way onto websites that promote academic cheating.
Click the name of your LMS to prompt the download of the file.
Once you’ve downloaded the file, visit the Quiz Imports page and click through to the directions for your LMS.
Contributors and Attributions
- Question Banks. Authored by: Lumen Learning. License: CC BY: Attribution
- Usability Testing. Authored by: Maxim Basinski. Provided by: Noun Project . Located at: https://thenounproject.com/term/usability-testing/1290736/. License: CC BY: Attribution