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6.32. Quizzes: Restrictions & Submission Views

Access Restrictions

Select Quizzes from the NavBar and choose a quiz. Choose the Restrictions tab.

This action will open the Dates and Restrictions section. Use the Hide from User checkbox to temporarily limit. Set date restrictions by marking Has Start Date, Has End Date, and/or Has End Date as appropriate.Select the appropriate date and time. Availability Dates and Due Dates determine posts in the course calendar.

*Please note, the standard start time is 12:00 a.m. and the standard end time is 11:59 p.m.

Quizzes highlighted from the navbar with arrow pointing to the Edit Quiz page opens with Restrictions tab highlighted. Hide from Users, Has Due Date, Has End Date, and Availability checkeded.

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Choose Attach an Existing or Create and Attach to start a new release condition.

To attach an existing condition, expand the tools menu and choose the category of tool that uses the existing condition. Scroll to the existing condition and check it. Choose Attach to complete the transaction.

All Tools menu expanded. Sample conditions from Survey and Quizzes portrayed. Checkboxes open for selection.

To create a new release condition use the Condition Type menu to choose the appropriate condition. This example uses Visited content topic. Determine the appropriate content from the Topic menu. Choose Create to add the condition.

Condition Type, Topic menus and Create button highlighted.

If necessary, select Expand optional advanced restrictions. If the exam will require a proctor, enter a Password for the quiz. Time limits must be specified in minutes. Enter the Time Limit. To use the Exceeded Time Limit Behavior options, choose Prevent the student from making further changes. The Grace Period is time in addition to the time limit the student will be allowed before the Exceeded Time Limit Behavior options take effect.

Exceeded Time Limit Behavior options:

*Please note, the instructor does have the ability to manually grade the quiz to change the zero.

*Please note, the auto-submit attempt does not automatically submit the quiz. This option prevents the student from making any further changes and may require the instructor to submit the attempt. 

Password textbox highlighted.  Timing options with the time limit and grace period textboxes and the enforced checkbox highlighted.  Exceeded Time Limit Behaviour  with Prevent highlighted.

Special Access options are used to Allow selected users special access to a quiz. Select the radio button and then Add Users to Special Access.

*Please note, it is strongly discouraged to select Allow only users with special access to see this quiz because this option will lock ALL students out of the quiz except those specifically selected.

Allow only users with special access to see this quiz and Add Users to Special Access highlighted.

Submission Views

The submission view is the message presented once a quiz is completed. The default submission view displays a message stating the quiz has been successfully submitted and the score earned by the student. The default view content may be edited. Navigate to the quiz and select Submission Views. Choose the Default View to edit the content.

Additionally, restrictions and views can be set for students to either view questions answered correctly or incorrectly, their responses, and the correct answer if desired. In this example, Show all the questions with the user responses and Show question score and out of score are set so the student knows which questions they marked correct or incorrect.

Default View highlighted with arrow pointing toward open View Properties window.  Submission views tab on edit quiz page highlighted."Your quiz has been submitted."  View Details options all highlighted. Save and Close highlighted.

Choose Save and Close to complete the edit.

An Additional View allows an alternative to the default view. This could be set for various reason that typically may include:

Choose Add Additional View to create a new view. Enter a descriptive Name for the view. You may enter an optional Message as well.

Under Submission Views, Add Another View is highlighted. An arrow points toward the Add View properties window with the Name and Message textboxes highlighted.

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