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Question set

This page explains the question set functions.

Question set

A question set is a collection of various types of questions (single selection, multiple selections, matching, cloze and description). A created question can easily be quoted in another question set. Setting questions one by one through GUI takes a long time when there are many questions. Multiple questions can be imported by importing back an xml file that had originally been exported from the system.

Create New | Modify | Delete | Preview | Accuracy Rate of Each Question Set | Export | Import

Create New

  1. Click [Question Set] in the menu located on the left side of the screen.
  2. Select [Add] from the operation box of the question set.
  3. [Title]
    Enter the title of the question set.
    [Description]
    Write a description about the question set.
  4. The registration confirmation screen appears. Click [Register].
  5. If registration is successful, a message saying that the question set has been registered is displayed.

To add a question, see this page.

Modify

  1. Select a question set that you want to modify and click [Modify] in the operation box of the question set.
  2. Modify the title or description and click [Modify].
  3. The registration confirmation screen appears. Click [Modify].

Delete

  1. Select a question set that you want to delete and click [Delete] in the operation box of the question set.
  2. The deletion confirmation screen appears. Click [Delete].
    * The following message appears if the question set contains any questions. Although questions that have already been used in an examination are not affected, it will be impossible to view or modify the questions.

    Since unique numbers are assigned to questions, the numbers assigned to deleted question will not be used again.

Preview

  1. Select a question set that you want to preview and click [Preview] in the operation box of the question set.
  2. This function lets you preview all questions registered with the question set.
  3. It also lets you answer questions in the same way as respondents do. Enter answers for the questions and click [Submit].
  4. The submission confirmation screen appears. Click [Submit].
  5. The graded result and comments are displayed. Click [Close] at the bottom of the screen after confirming the result.
    * The result is not registered with the database since this feature is provided for previewing purpose.

Accuracy Rate of Each Question Set

  1. Select a question set whose accuracy rate you want to check and click [Accuracy Rate of Each Question Set] in the operation box of the question set.
  2. Click [Close] after confirming the accuracy rate.

Export

  1. Select a question set that you want to export and click [Export] in the operation box of the question set.
    The download destination differs depending on the browser. Save it in any local location. (It is saved in the download folder by default.)
  2. The file is downloaded in zip format. Unzipping it will extract an xml file.
    It is possible to edit the xml file (adding/modifying/deleting a question) and import it again. Beware that an error in the edit process may cause an import error.

Import

  1. Select [Import] from the operation box of the question set.
  2. [Select Importing File]
    Select an xml file or zipped xml file that you want to import.
    [Option]
    It lets you add questions to a question set if any question set is selected. If no question set is selected, this item does not appear.
    [Character Set]
    The character set can be selected from [SHIFT-JIS], [UTF-8] or [EUC_JP].
  3. Click [Select File]. In this example, a zipped xml file is selected.
    It is possible to import xml files exported by dotcampus to a question set in the class support system.
  4. In this example, click [Register] without setting any options to create a new question set.
  5. The registration confirmation screen appears. Click [Register].
  6. If registration is successful, the same question set is created as 【2】.

Last-Modified: March 14, 2018

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