With a matrix question in an evaluation content library, the learner has to answer questions by his or her opinion. These answers are not seen as wrong or right.
You add the matrix question in an evaluation content library. How to do this and how to create a folder structure can been read in this article: 'Scenario: How do I easily create content?'.
For characteristics and more information about adding questions read 'General question settings' and 'Adding questions'. More information about the matrix question in the evaluation content library continue reading below.
Question type: Enquete
With a matrix question with the type 'Enquete', you can create a default question list.
Put the general question text in the question input field. You can add complementary media to the question.
Fill in the standard answers that the learners can choose from. All subquestions added to this matrix question, will have the same answer posibilities.
You can add extra answer posibilities by clicking on +answer.
In the subquestions you add the questions the learner has to give answer to. You can add extra subquestions by clicking on +subquestion.
This is the result when you test the question:
Question type: E-assessment (with measures)
Measures are skills that the learners can score points on. Before you can connect measures to questions, you have to create them first.
To add measures, click on More next to the appropriate content library when in the Content library overview. Then select Measures.
Or add measures via Manage and the tab Measures.
Click on +Measure to add a measure. Give it an unique name and a title. When you have created all the measures you need, go back to the question to add them.
Put the general question text in the question input field. Choose E-assessment as the Question type. You can add complementary media to the question.
Fill in the standard answers that the learners can choose from. All subquestions added to this matrix question will have the same answer possibilities.
You can add extra answer possibilities by clicking on +answer.
Add the subquestions with the according measures. Give the answer possibilities scores. The example below will show you how this works. The letters 'a' to 'e' belong to the answers that are filled in, a,b,c,d and e (as you can see in the image below). When a learner 'totally agrees' to the first subquestion, he receives 5 points on the measure ´Health'.
When you test the question this is the result:
When a designer is going to use this question in a scan, the learner gets to see the following result, after he answered all the questions.
Also read about the scan activity in the following article: 'Which activities can I use in a template?'