I would like to see the ability to migrate question banks (Quizzes) to item banks (Quizzes.Next) automatically when a quiz is migrated from Quizzes to Quizzes.Next.
This is going to be a big issue for us in trying to eventually move faculty over to Quizzes.Next. There must be a way to migrate cleanly between the quiz platforms!
I'm relatively new to Canvas. You are probably well aware of what is happening in quizzes.next, but as I start to dig into quizzes.next, there are a number of issues that will be a big change from how I have used question banks in the past (on other LMS systems). Top among them: item banks are tied to instructors not to courses (New Quizzes: Allow item banks to be tied to a course rather than an instructor and Allow admins to grant multiple users permissions for item banks in New Quizzes), item banks do not allow you to select a subset of questions to be included in a "random set" (Selecting a subset of questions for a "random set" from an item bank in Quizzes.next and New Quizzes: Selecting question-types from item banks), and do not allow subfolders (New Quizzes: SubFolders for Item Banks). Not transferring question banks will make the transition hard, but so will not having some of these other functionalities that many of us are used to (both in Canvas and in other LMSs). Hopefully you and your faculty are keeping track of these issues and supporting the ones you will use.
At Colorado State University, our instructors have thousands and thousands of questions in our Classic question banks – they are mission critical to our Canvas quizzes. A migration tool to move them to QuizzesNext Item Banks is necessary before CSU could transition.
Ditto. At Indiana University, over 8000 quizzes each term make use of question banks, and they link to over 30,000 banks. We absolutely need a migration tool to move them to Quizzes.Next
This is a no-brainer. This feature should have been baked into Quizzes.Next from day 1. For any course that has a large number of large question banks, the present process to convert them to item banks in Q.N is just too time consuming.
This is still just one of the biggest hurdles before we can migrate to Quizzes.Next.
Our faculty do not want to have to re-enter, type, get their TA, etc to recreate their question banks. If the banks are not ported over to the new Tool automatically most of our Teachers don't want to even discuss using it.
At University of Canberra we strongly support the need for an automated way to move quizzes and quiz banks into Quizzes Next. This is critical functionality.
This is the only thing keeping me from shifting all my quizzes into Quizzes.Next. I have far too many quizzes and question banks to enter them by hand.
Also, make the question bank course based instead of user based. Faculty will have hard time to locate the QBs, instructional designers will be drowned by the amount of QB they are facing.
By the way, even QBs are created in the New Quiz format, they are not transferrable.
It would be fantastic if there was a stand alone page of Quiz Banks that we could easily edit and integrate into new courses. Currently, if I wish to edit a quiz bank, I need to back track and try to find in which course I first created the quiz bank. My mind does have that capability. Thank you.
I can't believe this feature wasn't implemented right from the start. Having to create a new (classic) quiz with the questions you want to move to Quizzes.Next is just too tedious a task. And to make things even worse, if you have audio files added to your questions, these will be lost when you import the QTI file into the Quizzes.Next item bank. I read that the new quiz tool would replace the old one at some point during 2020, so I figured since we have so many quizzes in our courses, I might as well start migrating right away. Boy, was that a mistake. I'm sure New Quizzes will be a great tool at some point, but as it stands now, it lacks some of the most basic functions that should have been included from the start. It seems to me the New Quizzes tool was released far too quickly. I would rather wait a few months longer and have a tool that works the way it should than having a half-finished tool that causes me hours and hours of extra work.
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