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Respondus Document Formatting

Respondus Question Template and Sample Upload   To upload questions into Respondus, they must first be properly formatted. Respondus assumes that every question to be imported is a multiple choice type question unless it is indicated otherwise (True or False questions are also recognized as multiple choice questions by Respondus). So to upload multiple choice questions into Respondus, you only need to indicate the correct answer for each question (this can be done in the […]

Importing Quiz & Exam Questions With Respondus

Importing Quiz & Exam Questions With Respondus   With a properly formatted text file (.doc, .docx, .rtf, .csv, or .txt), you can import questions into Respondus, a quiz generating tool available for download from the ConnectWright web site (https://www.wright.edu/cats/cw) and then publish them to your Pilot course. Using Respondus can save a considerable amount of time compared to entering questions individually in the Pilot Quiz tool.   When you download Respondus from the Connect Wright […]

Creating Question Pools

Creating Question Pools Question pools allow you to give students a set number of questions randomly-selected from a larger pool of question. For example, a 25 question quiz could be comprised of questions pulled at random from a pool of 50 questions. Each student would get a unique set of questions. For this reason, creating question pools helps to maintain academic integrity on quizzes and exams. Note: You can create multiple question pools within a […]

Importing Quiz & Exam Questions With Respondus

Importing Quiz & Exam Questions With Respondus   With a properly formatted text file (.doc, .docx, .rtf, .csv, or .txt), you can import questions into Respondus, a quiz generating tool available for download from the ConnectWright web site (https://www.wright.edu/cats/cw) and then publish them to your Pilot course. Using Respondus can save a considerable amount of time compared to entering questions individually in the Pilot Quiz tool.   When you download Respondus from the Connect Wright […]

Respondus Quiz Generator

Importing Quiz & Exam Questions With Respondus   With a properly formatted text file (.doc, .docx, .rtf, .csv, or .txt), you can import questions into Respondus, a quiz generating tool available for download from the ConnectWright web site (https://www.wright.edu/cats/cw) and then publish them to your Pilot course. Using Respondus can save a considerable amount of time compared to entering questions individually in the Pilot Quiz tool.   When you download Respondus from the Connect Wright […]

Attach a File from OneDrive

With Pilot’s integration with Microsoft Office 365, you can upload files to Pilot directly from your OneDrive. The following directions show how to attach a file to a discussion post. The same process applies to Dropbox folders and other areas where you want to attach a file. If you have a copy of the file saved on your computer, and not in a OneDrive folder on your computer, it’s often simpler just to upload that […]

Add University Libraries’ Research Toolkits

What the Research Toolkit is and where to get it The University Libraries provides a series of modules you can add to your course to help students do better research. Each module is available as a .zip file you can download from a Libraries web page. When you import a Toolkit file, it creates a module, its content items, and an associated quiz. Download modules from “Research Toolkit: For Instructor Use” Some computers will automatically […]

Dropbox Folder Restrictions

When you are editing your dropbox folder, click the “Restrictions” tab to set dates and times for when students can submit their assignments. What Each Date Restriction Does Date Type What it Means Hidden from user With this checked, students won’t see the folder. Has Due Date Assignments submitted after the due date will be flagged as late when you view the list of submissions. Has Start Date Students won’t be able to submit assignments […]

Turnitin’s Feedback Studio

In addition to plagiarism detection, Turnitin has five ways to give your students precise feedback on their assignments. Click anywhere and add expandable inline comments. Save and reuse frequent feedback as “QuickMark” comments that you drag and drop onto students’ assignments. Type notes anywhere on a page of a student’s submission. Record voice comments. Grade with rubrics, also called “Scorecards.” Video: Feedback Studio Overview How to Use Feedback Studio Quick Tips for Mastering Feedback Studio […]

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