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1. Choose your Content Type Content items are the building blocks of your library, documents and online tests. A content can be a question, instructions, a stand-alone image or video. Your content can be individually added to documents, online tests and contributed to your communities as independent pieces of information.
2. Compose your Content When you click on a selected box, a text editor will be displayed. Add an optional title and the body of the question in the editor. If you leave the title field blank, it will default to the first 100 characters of your content. Click the "Save Changes" button to save your new content item and begin additional modifications such as adding answers, tags and reference in the next step.
3. Modifying your Content The next step after creating your content is to add answers, image/video, references, and tags to your question. Click on the "Answers" link to add answers to your content.
4. Adding Answers to Multiple Choice or Multiple Answer Questions The answer dialog box will allow you to add answers to multiple choice and multiple answer questions. Click on the "Selected" checkbox if the answer should appear in your documents or e-tests by default. If it is an alternate answer, uncheck the "Selected" box.
5. Multiple Choice or Multiple Answer Questions Options Adding tags, references, an image or a video are optional. However, you need to add answers to your questions, if you want to use it in a document or an e-test. Multiple choice questions should only have one correct answer, while multiple answers can have more than one correct answers.
6. Adding References to your Content Reference do not appear on documents or e-tests. However, if you contribute a content item to a community, the references are displayed in the community with your content.
7. Formatting your Short Answer Questions You can add a reference answer for your own records, to print out a document answer key or an e-test report for your students. Additionally, you can determine the specific space for your student to write their short answers in a document.
8. Adding Answers to your Short Answer Questions Short answers are saved with your short answer question, as a personal reference and do not appear on documents or e-tests. The short answer does appear in a document's answer key and in the e-test student reports.
9. Setting the Print Options to Short Answer Questions You can choose how much space the short answer will occupy, when you use a short answer question in a document.
10.Formatting True/False and Yes/No Questions The answers for True/False and Yes/No Questions are created automatically. You can change the correct answer by clicking on the radio button next to the correct answer. The changes are automatically saved.
11. Modifying your Fill in the Blank Questions Fill in the blank questions have blank spaces that are as long as the answers you provide for the space. You need to add an answer for each blank in the body of the question.
12. Adding Blank Placement to Fill in the Blank Questions To add a blank insert "bracket anchor" with the number of the blank inside the brackets. The number of answers will appear automatically in the question screen after you save your changes. After you save and close the dialog, you will be able to enter your answers. The blank lines will be generated depending on the length of the answer you enter in the main edit content screen under the "Answers" section.
13. Uploading and Managing Images You can add an image to a question, text block or just add an individual image item. Images can have titles, captions and can be placed on top, sides or bottom of the content body.
14. Uploading and Managing Videos You can add a video to a question, text block or just add an individual video item. Videos can have titles, captions and can be placed on top, sides or bottom of the content body.