Learning Objects are elements of Online Courses that contain training content, such as e-learning modules, videos, external links, surveys, etc. The refreshed Absorb LMS Admin Experience (AE) introduced three new Learning Object types to help you better organize, evaluate, and confirm training comprehension: Observation Checklist, E-Signature, and Use Existing.
A Question Bank is a set group of questions and answers that can be applied to multiple Assessment Learning Objects. This article provides instructions on how to create a Question Bank.
Instructions: Build a Question Bank
Question Bank Form Screenshot
Question Bank Form
|Enter the Question into the text field. The information entered is visible to Learners within the Learner Experience (LE) and administrators in the Admin Experience (AE). This is a required field.
|Click the field to open a menu to select an option from. The field's default selection is Multiple Choice (Single Answer).
|Multiple Choice (Single Answer) = Learners will select a single answer to respond to the question.
|Multiple Choice (Multiple Answer) = Learners will select multiple answer options to respond to the question.
|Text = Learners will submit a text response to the question.
|Enter an Answer response in the text field provided. Every question is required to have at least one answer option to choose from.
|Answer = Click the toggle button to change its state. The default state is CORRECT.
|Click this button to create additional Answer responses to the question.
|Optional: Enter a message to be presented to Learners when they select the correct answer.
|Optional: Enter a message to be presented to Learners when they select the incorrect answer.
|Choose to upload a file or enter a URL to link to outside content.
|Choose File = Click the Choose File button to open a modal to upload a file.
Once a learner has answered a question, the question and any associated answers can no longer be removed/deleted from the Question Bank. It is possible to update question text; modifying this information can make Assessment report results appear mismatched with inconsistent question and answer pairings. If a Learner has started but not completed an Assessment and the original Question Bank is switched out for a new Question Bank, the answers will no longer correspond to the exam in progress.
From a Learner's Transcript, use the Lesson-level Reset Lesson Enrollment Activity option to reset the Learner's progress and require them to begin the Assessment again.