In this Arc release, Arc Video Quizzing allows media owners to create and deliver video quizzes. This feature helps evaluate how well users comprehend course video content in real time.
Arc Video Quizzing is in beta for Canvas+Arc users and must be enabled in Arc by a Canvas Customer Success Manager.
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Video Quizzing (Beta)
Arc Video Quizzing provides media owners with an innovative way to create engaging and impactful learning experiences through video. Media owners can create and deliver video quizzes to evaluate how well users comprehend course video content in real time.
To enable this feature, Arc admins need to contact their Customer Success Manager (CSM). Once the feature is enabled, Arc admins can enable the video quiz creation feature on a per-user basis. On the Arc Users page in their standalone Arc site, admins can locate the user and enable the Video Quizzing feature.
Quizzes must be created from the My Uploads page. To create a quiz question, click the Add button. The Add button appears when the media is paused. Currently, only multiple choice question types are supported. Once a quiz has been embedded in a course, it cannot be edited.
Once the quiz is embedded and the content is published, users can take the quiz.
While users play the media, questions are displayed on the media timeline. To continue watching the video, users should answer each question.
Individual quiz results are displayed for users after they submit the video quiz. Individual quiz results include the percentage of correct answers, the number of points received, time elapsed, number of attempts, and answers to the questions.
Arc video quiz results include the high score, low score, average score, standard deviation (how far the values are spread across the entire score range), and the average time of quiz completion, and Cronbach's Alpha.
Arc media displays correctly in courses. Previously, Arc media displayed an error when users accessed Arc media.