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carla_ott
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Creating quizzes

With this summer semester being 8 weeks (instead of the 16 I'm used to teaching), I need to cover 2 chapters per week instead of only 1. I don't want to bombard them with 2 separate quizzes (1 for each chapter) and wondered if there is a way to create a quiz with stock questions from both chapters instead of typing in each question in individually. 

(I'm using MindTap with LMS Canvas)

carla_ott
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I'm unsure of how to respond to your answer directly (yes, I'm new to this). My course is Principles of Management and the text is: Daft/Marcic's Understanding Management , 10th Edition.
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Ok, I see you have both Aplia and CNOW in that MT course. You can easily create a new quiz by combining existing quizzes and picking your own questions. Aplia appears to be exercises, not quizzes. You also have Cognero to generate your own tests if you want to go that route. My suggestion is to contact your Digital Success Specialist for help building these. Your learning consultant can point you in the right direction if you don't know who that is!
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carla_ott
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I figured out CNOW. Thank you so much!
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Re: Creating quizzes

Ok, I see you have both Aplia and CNOW in that MT course (Daft/Marcic's Understanding Management , 10th Edition). You can easily create a new quiz by combining existing quizzes and picking your own questions. Aplia appears to be exercises, not quizzes.

 

You also have Cognero to generate your own tests if you want to go that route. My suggestion is to contact your Digital Success Specialist for help building these. Your learning consultant can point you in the right direction if you don't know who that is!

 

If you want directions on how to build a quiz in Cognero or how to bring test bank questions into Canvas or how to build your own CNOW quizzes, let us know and we can provide more guidance/videos..:)