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Using Examview Questions in a Moodle Quiz

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Tony McCullers

on 5 February 2013

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Transcript of Using Examview Questions in a Moodle Quiz

Finally! SUCCESS! Exporting the Examview Test Examview to Moodle This video shows how to take an exsisting .tst file and export it in the Blackboard 6.0-7.0 format. The result is a .zip file. Install Moodle XML Builder This video shows how to install the software needed for the conversion. There is no sound in this video. Importing the Moodle XML File This video shows how to create a new question bank in Moodle and import the .xml file. Converting the File Using the Moodle XML Builder This video takes the exported .zip file and converts it to .xml using the Moodle XML Builder. Creating the Moodle Quiz/Test This is by far the easiest step! This video will show you how to create a Moodle Quiz and pull questions from your new question bank. Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Pre-work: Create a test in Examview and bring it with you to the computer lab
If you need additional help with this, revisit Session 3 "Examview - Searching by Standard, Creating Tests, and Engaging in CPS" on the OCHS Flipped Classroom Moodle Website. http://plc.oconeeschools.org/course/view.php?id=139 What we will do... Examview tests will not automatically import into Moodle.

We first must convert the file to a type that Moodle will accept.

To convert the .tst file, we will install and use the Moodle XML Builder. What we will do... After converting the Examview test using the Moodle XML Converter, we will import the questions into a bank in Moodle then create a Moodle Quiz for students to access. What we will do... After you have created your Examview test (.tst file), we will export the file in a way so that we can convert it for Moodle. Step-By-Step "How To's"
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