Once you’ve created a few question banks, it’s time to put them to use! It’s quick and easy to do for both quizzes and knowledge checks. 

Here’s how.

  1. Creating Knowledge Checks 
  2. Creating Quizzes
  3. Adding Quiz Questions to Question Banks

Creating Knowledge Checks

To use a question bank in a knowledge check, you’ll begin as normal from within your lesson, clicking All Blocks on the blocks shortcut bar and then choosing the Knowledge Check category in the block library.

  1. Select the Draw from Question Bank block. 
  2. On the question draw knowledge check card, click Select Draw.
  3. Choose either the Personal or Team Question Banks tab, select a folder, then pick your question bank. You can preview questions in the bank by clicking the preview question icon. 

    Note: You'll only be able to see those team folders that have been shared with you. 
  4. To create a knowledge check that contains a random question from the question bank, keep the Random questions option selected.

    To exclude a question from the random draw, hover over it and click Exclude from draw
  5. To insert a single, non-randomized question from your question bank directly into your lesson, select Specific questions from the Draw selection settings drop-down menu and select your question. 
  6. Click Insert Draw.

Note: If the source question bank is modified, those changes aren't reflected until you edit the draw. Click Edit, make any changes to include or exclude new questions (content changes are automatically applied when you open the draw for editing), then click Update Draw.

Creating Quizzes

Quizzes can contain a combination of random draws and specific questions.  To use a question bank in a quiz, open the quiz you'd like the add the question draw to, then:

  1. Click Add Question, then select Draw from Question Bank
  2. Choose either the Personal or Team Question Banks tab, select a folder, then pick your question bank. You can preview questions in the bank by clicking the preview question icon. 
  3. To randomize your questions, keep the Random Questions option selected, then choose a value from the Number of questions in draw menu.

    Selecting the maximum number will create a quiz with all of the questions available in the bank, in random order. 

    To exclude a question from the random draw, hover over it and click Exclude from draw
  4. To insert non-randomized questions from your question bank directly into your quiz, select Specific Questions from the Draw selection settings drop-down menu and select your questions.

    Questions selected this way are inserted as full, editable questions into your quiz rather than question draws. 
  5. Click Insert Draw.

Note: If the source question bank is modified, those changes aren't reflected until you edit the draw. Click Edit, make any changes to include or exclude new questions (content changes are automatically applied when you open the draw for editing), then click Update Draw.

Adding Quiz Questions to Question Banks

Quickly add a question from your quiz lesson to your question banks with these steps.

  1. Click the More (...) icon for the question and select Add to question bank.
  2. Navigate to the question bank you want to modify and select it. 
  3. Click Add to Bank.

Your question is automatically added to question draws from that question bank. 

Note: You can only add questions to team question banks where you've been given at least editor-level folder permission