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1. Are you ready to make your first online test? Click on "Add New e-Test" on the main sub-menu to create a new online test. Add a Title and a Description and save.
2. The Online Test Home Page The home page summarizes the settings for your e-Test. You can delete or lock the e-test in this page. An e-Test can only be taken after it has been locked. Use the e-Test Checklist to verify that your test is formatted just like you need it.
3. Add Content to the Online Test. Each content item or question selected will become a "page" in your e-Test. When you click the "Add Content" button, a dialog will appear to allow you to add a score to each selected item. Once you are finished adding content, click on “Selected” on the e-Test submenu, to view all selected items.
4. Add Scores to the Questions in your Online Test Enter a score that will be applied to each question in your selection. You can change the value individually in the "Edit Content" page if you like. Scores can be displayed in percentage(%) or points(pts). You can change the units later in the “Settings” page. Scores are automatically assigned only to questions with expected answers. Content without answers, such as Text blocks, images or video contents do not have grades.
5. Review the Content in your Online Test When you add content to your e-test, each item becomes a single page. You can only have one question per page, but you can add additional text blocks, images or videos to each page later in "Edit Content." Text blocks are ideal for adding additional instructions, essays or other information in each page. You can also have introductory pages with text blocks, images and videos, before or after questions, which will not have scores.
6. Refine your Online Test You can view and modify each page individually. Add supporting text blocks, images or videos. You can also delete, add new, and sort pages. Replace questions in a page or click on the edit link to modify the selected question.
To modify other pages, click on the box in the Page Toolbar and the new page will appear in the main section.
6. Refining your Online Test. You can add a title a description to each page to be displayed at the top in the e-Test interface. Click on the submenu "Preview" link, to review the working e-Test and your progress.
6. Refining your Online Test. When you have a question and additional text block, you can change the order. "Drag and Drop" the content item by holding down the mouse button over the "Drag" link and place the item in the desired order.
7. Add a Header to your Online Test You can add text blocks, images or videos to the header of the e-Test. Use the dropdown menu to select an item to add or clear the header section. You can add up to five items to the of an e-Test.
7. Add Content Items to the Header or Footer of your Online Test Select the items to add to the header or footer of the online test and click on the "Add an Image or Video" Button.
Click on the "Preview" link to review your Online e-Test at any time.
8. Optional: Add Notes About Your Online Test Creating notes is a convenient way to record your ideas, problems or anything at all regarding the e-Test. Notes are optional and do not appear on the e-Test, they are reminders to yourself.
9. Adjust the Online Test Settings This is one of the most important steps for creating your e-Test. Add your name in the instructor's field to be displayed in the login, introduction and summary pages of the e-Test. You can activate and set the date range, when your e-Test will be available for your students. You can choose to randomize the order of the questions, so that they will appear in a different order for each student that takes the e-Test.
You can choose to display a preliminary summary of the results, when the student's completed the e-test. They can also get a question by question correction of the e-test as the summary. To finalize the grading of the test, you will have to manually assign points for fill in the blanks and short answers.
9. Add Opening and Closing Instructions to the Online Test You add optional sets of instructions to be displayed in the introduction page, before the start and at the end of the e-test.
10. Adjust the Scoring and Timing Settings for the Online Test You can choose to have the e-Test scored in percentage(%) or points(pts) and add a passing grade. The passing grade is optional and will be displayed in the e-Test introduction page. Additionally, you can have a timed e-Test by setting the allowed time in this dialog.
11. Add the Date Range to Restrict access to the Online Test Set the date range in which the e-Test will be available and accessible to your students. Once the date range expires, your students will not be able to access the e-Test. You can always change these dates, even after you lock the e-Test.
12. Review your Online Test Settings Once your settings have been set up, you can lock the e-Test in the home page.
13. Lock your Online Test Before anybody can access your e-Test you need to lock it. Once you lock your e-Test you can not unlock it, so make sure to preview your e-Test and review the settings carefully.
Note: if you need to work on the content again, you can clone the e-Test and create another unlocked version of the e-Test.
14. Once you lock your e-test, several options become available: You can now provide access to your students, using the "e-Test access" link on the menu. The e-Test Public link is shown and can be given to your students for direct access to the e-Test. Alternatively, you can provide the e-Test code, so that your students can "Locate" your e-Test in the: site without having the direct, custom public link. The e-Test Analysis link is now available in the menu, so that you can view the results of the e-Test as your students take them.
15. Provide Access to your Students to the Online Test To provide e-Test access, click on the "e-Test Access" link on the menu and go to "Add student to e-Test." Click on "Add student to e-Test" and a dialog with all the students available in your account will appear.
15. Provide Access to your Students to the Online Test Select the students you would like to have access to the e-Test and click on the "Add student to e-Test" button.
16. Your Students Can Now Take the Online Test You need to give your students two pieces of information: the unique e-Test Public Link or e-Test Code, and their student password. The student password is available in the student home or student list pages, in your account.
16. Using the e-Test Code As an alternative to the public link, you can give your student the e-Test Code. They can go directly to: and locate the e-Test login page. In this way, they can bookmark the main site once, and just locate the unique e-Test URL with the e-Test Code, every time you give them a new e-Test.
17. The Introduction Page of the Online Test After you students login, but before they start the e-Test, the introduction provides them with a summary and the opening instructions for the e-Test. The introduction page is modified by you in the e-Test's setting page.
The Online Test Interface
The Online Test Interface
The Online Test Interface
The Online Test Interface
The Online Test Interface
18. The Summary Page of the Online Test The Summary Page can be highly customized in your e-Test Settings page. You can add a closing instructions, and turn on and off the Summary of the Results and a detailed e-Test Review.
18. Te Detailed e-Test Review in the Summary Page The detailed e-Test Review can be enabled or disabled in the settings page of the e-Test. This report shows each question with the correct answer and the answer the student selected. Additionally, there is a detailed review of each question to the right. The question review shows the question type, the value the preliminary score (before your adjustments), and the time it took the student to complete the question.
19. After the Online Test Once your students have taken the e-Test, you can go to the e-Test Analysis section to review student performances, adjust scores, and print different reports. Visit our tutorial site for detailed review on e-Test Analysis (Coming Soon!).