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teachers:online_quiz_in_examview [2015/05/06 14:21]
abrashear Added title.
teachers:online_quiz_in_examview [2015/08/18 09:55]
abrashear Applied edits by Dave Jacob.
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   - Go to Reports in the Gradebook.   - Go to Reports in the Gradebook.
   - Click on Student Roster.   - Click on Student Roster.
-  - Make sure you the Output type is Export (CSV).+  - Tthe Output type is Export (CSV).
   - Under Student Info, make sure you click on Student Name and Student Number.   - Under Student Info, make sure you click on Student Name and Student Number.
   - Click on Run Report.   - Click on Run Report.
   - An excel spreadsheet will open. Delete the first two rows so you just have the roster.   - An excel spreadsheet will open. Delete the first two rows so you just have the roster.
-  - Save the document to your Desktop (or wherever) as the name of your class.  Save it as an excel workbook ​(later on, you could keep this as a spreadsheet for your classes to record your book numbers or whatever). +  - Go to **Save AS: Text (Macintosh)**. ​Save the document to your Desktop (or wherever) as the name of your class (later on, you could keep this as a spreadsheet for your classes to record your book numbers or whatever). 
-  - Close out of your Excel spreadsheet.+  - Close out the Excel spreadsheet.
   - Go back to ExamView Test Manager.   - Go back to ExamView Test Manager.
   - Click “File”.   - Click “File”.
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   - Click Finish.   - Click Finish.
   - Click “Yes”   - Click “Yes”
-  - Name the File as your class name, e.g. Science Fiction ​A2.+  - Name the File as your class name, e.g. A2 Science Fiction.
   - Your entire roster should then be added.   - Your entire roster should then be added.
   - Save it.  Name it your class title.   - Save it.  Name it your class title.
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   - Click Save   - Click Save
   - Go to This PC   - Go to This PC
-  - Find Student Data, the J:Drive.+  - Find Student Data, the J Drive.
   - Go to ExamView   - Go to ExamView
   - Then Find your File with your name on it.   - Then Find your File with your name on it.
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 ====== Copying Quizzes and Tests ====== ====== Copying Quizzes and Tests ======
-If you are going to use the same quiz for more than one class, you can simple ​copy and paste a quiz from one class to another. ​ You can just right-click an assignment, copy it, and then paste it in another class.+If you are going to use the same quiz for more than one class, you can simply ​copy and paste a quiz from one class to another. ​ You can just right-click an assignment, copy it, and then paste it in another class.
  
 ====== On Test Day ====== ====== On Test Day ======
-  - Be sure to have your DyKnow set up so that you can block everything but ExamView Test Player. If you don’t know how to do this, just ask me or someone in the know.+  - Be sure to have your DyKnow set up so that you can block everything but ExamView Test Player. If you don’t know how to do this, see the Help Desk.
   - Students go to ExamView Test Player. They need to write their name and student ID number. ​ The ID number is the most important.   - Students go to ExamView Test Player. They need to write their name and student ID number. ​ The ID number is the most important.
   - Have them open up the file in the J: drive where you saved it.   - Have them open up the file in the J: drive where you saved it.
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 ===== Problems that you may encounter ===== ===== Problems that you may encounter =====
  
-  * Students need to be properly connected to the network for this to work.  If a student can’t see the J:Drive then he needs to restart his computer.+  * Students need to be properly connected to the network for this to work.  If a student can’t see the J: Drive then he needs to restart his computer.
   * Occasionally,​ a student will be allowed to take the quiz, but then the system doesn’t record the score. ​ Actually, it will give him a “0” no matter what he answered. ​ You will have to let him take the quiz again. ​ However, he can’t take the quiz again unless you have the settings set properly (See #22 under Upload a Test ExamView). ​ If you do have to change the settings for him to take it again, then you will have to wait until everyone is finished taking the quiz before he can retake it.  Annoying, yes. But it does not happen too often.   * Occasionally,​ a student will be allowed to take the quiz, but then the system doesn’t record the score. ​ Actually, it will give him a “0” no matter what he answered. ​ You will have to let him take the quiz again. ​ However, he can’t take the quiz again unless you have the settings set properly (See #22 under Upload a Test ExamView). ​ If you do have to change the settings for him to take it again, then you will have to wait until everyone is finished taking the quiz before he can retake it.  Annoying, yes. But it does not happen too often.
teachers/online_quiz_in_examview.txt · Last modified: 2016/02/29 08:02 by abrashear