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Note: The Office of Learning Technology requires that the assessment and form be submitted at least five business days prior to the assessment’s opening date.
If you have questions on how to administer your assessment in your Blackboard course, email email@example.com.
Blackboard Assessment options
|Number of Attempts||
You can allow students to take a test or survey multiple times. The status of multiple attempts appears to students at the top of the test or survey. Select Allow Unlimited Attempts to allow students to take it as many times as they want. Select Number of Attempts and provide the amount of attempts.
|Time Limit||Set a time limit for finishing a test or survey. As students approach the time limit, a one-minute warning appears.|
|Display After||Select the date and time when the test or survey will become available to students.|
|Display Until||Date and time the test or survey will be made unavailable to students.|
|Test Display||All at Once||Present the entire assessment on one screen.|
|One at a Time||Displays one question at a time.||✔|
|Prohibit Backtracking||Prevents students from going back to questions they have already answered.||✔|
|Randomize Questions||Display questions in a random order each time the assessment is taken.||✔|
|Show Test Results||Score||Displays score only||✔|
|Submitted||Displays all questions and student submitted answers|
|Correct||Displays all questions and correct answers|
|Feedback||Displays all questions and instructor-provided feedback|
|Exam Results Shown to Students||After Submission||Individual students will see their results after completing their assessment and thereafter|
|After Close of Exam||Individual students will see their results after assessment's end date|
|One time View||Individual students will only see their results once, after completing their assessment|
|Grades Hidden||ON||Grades are available to students|
|OFF||Grade are unavailable to students until office is further instructed.
NOTE: If EAC report is needed, it's recommended that grades be hidden until the report is generated, to allow changes to assessments.
The University of Maryland Center for Information Technology Services (CITS) provides test scoring services to the University for multiple choice exams using Remark Office OMR, a form-processing software for surveys and tests. This software recognizes optical marks (bubbles and checkboxes) and barcodes.
Since the Remark system is able to score either single or multiple response assessments on the coversheet, it is important to indicate what type of assessment is being scored. Without this information, test sheets may be scored incorrectly and may require rescoring.