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[edit] Moving questions between parts of an assessment

Permissions and roles

To complete the procedures in this article, you must be assigned a role having the necessary permissions. This often excludes Students and TAs by default. To determine your role, follow the directions in Participant roles.

For a basic understanding of roles and permissions, see Permissions and roles.

To move individual questions from one part to another within an assessment:

  • On the Assessments page, click the title of the assessment you wish to work on. You'll see a list of questions for that assessment.
  • For each question you'd like to move to a different part, click Edit.
  • From the "Assign to Part" drop-down list, select the part where you'd like that question to appear. For example, if you'd like a question to be in the first part, select Click Save.

To move every question from one part to another part (i.e., remove a part, but keep its questions):

  • Click Remove next to the part youare deleting.
  • Select Remove part only and move question(s) to, and use the accompanying drop-down list to choose a destination part.
  • Click Remove.

Other articles about Isaak/Sakai's tools and how instructors can use them:

Core Tools:   Image:Flag blue.png Announcements | Image:Page edit.png Assignments | Image:Lessons-icon.png Lessons | Image:Comments.png Forums | Image:Report.png Gradebook | Image:Folder.png Resources | Image:Calendar.png Schedule | Image:Pencil.png Tests and Quizzes

More Tools:   Image:User comment.png Chat Room | Image:Folder page.png Drop Box | Image:House.png Home | Image:Comment.png Messages | Image:Chart bar.png Statistics | Image:Page world.png Web Content


Related articles:   How to add tools to your course | Using the Text Editor | Manage Groups | Permissions and roles | Contact the CPI for help

This article is based on the equivalent Sakai project help article.

The Sakai Educational Community License is deemed to be compatible with this sites Project:Copyrights which are under the Creative Commons 2.5 Licence. You can view the original Sakai help documentation, unedited, at http://kumu.brocku.ca/sakai/help/

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