New Feature in Rise 360: Question Banks

Rise 360 just keeps getting better. Today we released a new feature called question banks. 

Thanks to question banks, you can now create randomized quizzes in Rise 360 by drawing from a bank of prepared questions. This is especially useful when you want to make sure learners see something different each time they retake a quiz.

With the quiz question bank feature, you can create a set of questions once, and reuse that bank as many times as you want in the same course or even across multiple courses. What a huge timesaver!

You also have the flexibility to use question banks for knowledge check blocks or quizzes—giving you options for how and when you want to check or test a learner’s knowledge.

To create a quiz question bank, click Question Banks and select New Bank.

Give your question bank a name and select Create Question Bank.

From there, create and add questions to the bank just as you would when building a quiz lesson.

And there’s no limit on how many question banks you can create. To help you stay organized, you can organize your question banks into different folders. For example, you could create a folder for each course or topic.

And if you’re an Articulate 360 Teams subscriber, you have even more ways to work together. With question banks, you can easily share question bank folders with other team members to ensure consistency across your organization’s courses. You can even assign different roles to each member—manager, editor, or viewer— depending on the level of access they need.

We think you’re going to love this new Rise 360 quizzing feature and can’t wait to hear what you think!

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Knowledgefront Digital Learning

HI - this is great but we have discovered a problem with the results. We have some multi-response questions where it is giving the wrong answer i.e. there are 4 responses, 3 are correct but when the 3 correct are selected it shows as incorrect - see below:

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It is happening with other multi-response questions as well.  this is obvioulsy serious if we cant rely on the answers being correct. Please advise 

Thanks

Medialab Baspo

Hi,

I seem to have the same problem, that i can't choose how many or which questions are shown within a knowledge check when i draw questions from a question bank.

I want to ask some questions within a lesson, without taking too much space. So i created a knowledge check and linked it to a question bank with 5 questions. However, when editing the knowledge check, the draw selection settings are only "random" or "specific questions", but i can only chose 1.

The workaround would probably be to make a quiz, but as I said, I'd like to ask these questions within then lesson, not as a separate part.

Am I doing something wrong or what am I missing?