We've made several enhancements to the question authoring process for Course Assessments and Managed Assessments, including the ability to upload audio/video files, embed question-level tools, and an improved image upload process. Reach out to your Schoology Client Success contact to enable these features:
- Uploading Images to Assessment Questions
- Inserting Tools at the Question-Level
- Uploading Audio or Video Files
Uploading Images to Assessment Questions
Add an image to a question stimulus
Step 1 — Click the Image button on the rich text toolbar.
Step 2 — Select an image from your device by either dragging and dropping or clicking the + button.
Step 3 — Choose an image from your device.
Step 4 — Once the image has been uploaded, adjust the image dimensions or add alternative text that will be read when a screen reader or assistive tool encounters the image.
Step 5 — Click OK to insert the image.
Add an image to a question response option
You can use these same steps to add images to question response options that have a rich text editor. This includes the Multiple Choice, True/False, Matching, Ordering, Fill in the Blank Drag and Drop, and Label Image question types.
Inserting Tools at the Question-Level
To make a tool — such as a protractor, calculator, or ruler — available to students for an entire assessment, use the Assessment Tools in the assessment settings.
To add a tool for students to use on a specific question:
Step 1 — Click the Feature button on the rich text toolbar.
Step 2 — Select either the calculator, protractor, or ruler from the list. For each tool, the name that displays to students can be adjusted, and alternative text can be added.
Step 3 —Click OK to save.
Step 4 — Click Preview to see what the question will look like to students.
Step 5 — Click Protractor to use the protractor tool and find the correct answer.
Uploading Audio or Video Files
Audio (*.mp3) and video (*.mp4) files can also be added to questions and responses using the Feature button in the rich text editor.
After uploading a file, preview the question to check what students will see and hear.