For your online class, you can give low stakes mini-quizzes or unit tests for grades.

  1. Click “Quiz”
  2. You have an option of either making the quiz available at all time OR for a limited time.
  • If you would like to make the quiz available for a limited time only, click on the calendar to choose the “Start Date” and the “Due Date”
  • You can also select a number of attempts allowed. To do that, type in the number of attempts you would like to add to the quiz
  • You can choose a “Time Limit” your quiz will have. To do that, uncheck the “Unlimited” checkbox and set a time limit, OR make it unlimited by checking the “Unlimited” checkbox
  1. Click “Create Questions”
  2. Type in questions and select formatting such as highlighting, font size, bullet points, bold/italics/underscore.
  3. You can also attach a media file to your question:
  • To do that, click “Attachment”
  • To upload, click the ⨁ icon. The media file is now attached to the current question in your quiz
  1. Clicking “Question Type”, then select
  • Multiple Choice
  • For multiple choice, add as many answer options as you like by clicking “Add Choice”
  • Also, you have the option of allowing one correct answer or more
  • Short answer
  • True/False
  1. If you would like students to see the correct answers after they have made a selection, check the “Reveal answers after submission?” checkbox.
  2. Click “Create”. The Quiz is now accessible in your textbook.

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Examples in this guide use the TextbookHub platform for schools. Teachers using TextbookHub at their school can access these features with any textbook from any publisher on the TextbookHub platform.


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