Self-assessment with summary (questions with no Correct/Incorrect scoring)
Not sure if this is currently possible or not - if it is I'd really appreciate guidance on how to achieve it. It's something I've been asked for (in Moodle) that might not be a huge deviation from existing activity types and would complement the Personality Test, for example.
Essentially it's a series of hotspot or drag-drop type questions with a limited set of definable answer options that are the same for each question.... e.g: High /- Medium / Low (e.g as in Priority). There is no correcy/incorrect scoring - instead the the results are summarised at the end ... ". A use case might be:
1 - You start by defining your answer options 1= [Like ] 2= [Neutral ] 3= [Dislike ]
2- Create questions , allowing for hotspot or colour coding interactivity in choosing one of the defined answer options. The flexibility to present one, or multiple questions on a page at a time would be nice.
3- Present summary grouped results to the user e.g:
You gave the following a "Like" score
- q1 text
- q3 text
- etc .....
some statistical breakdown e.g. you answered 27% of questions with "Like" with would be nice but not essential for a first release
Fri, 07/21/2017 - 03:11
This is not possible with the current contents that are available. Although I think it is a neat idea and can open a lot of possibilities. I think though that this will be a big project (almost like creating a new content) since there's a need to change a lot in a single content to make a change in how it handles the scoring.
Fri, 05/07/2021 - 20:54
Yes, we really need this as well at my University. I am currently experimenting with a quiz essay question customization but it's not exactly what we need.
Sat, 05/08/2021 - 12:13
@goty2001(if you're still
@goty2001(if you're still reading this forum) and @scfrick
If you are using Moodle, then you can achieve exactly what you want with the (contributed) Questionnaire plugin.
Moodle Questionnaire plugin
Moodle Questionnaire forum
Moodle Questionnaire documentation
Thu, 07/28/2022 - 17:06
Thu, 07/28/2022 - 17:30
Better late than never. Your thankyou message is appreciated!