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lee_barnett
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Associating questions with a stimulus in item banks in new quizzes

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I'm wondering if it's possible to permanently link specific questions to a stimulus within an item bank. I know this hasn't always been possible, but the highlighted portion in the screenshot below gave me some hope.

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Here's the scenario I'm imagining:

I'll have a single item bank with 5 stimuli, and each stimulus will have 3 questions that are associated with it. I'll then randomly assign each student one of the five stimuli, and the three questions that are associated with the assigned stimulus will be automatically added to the student's assessment.

If this is possible, how do I set it up? If this still isn't possible, then what does the highlighted portion in the above screenshot actually mean?

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snugent
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When you create a stimulus question in a quiz, you can associate a new question or add questions from existing item bank. When you add questions from an item bank, you can randomize the questions. The key here is to make sure your questions are organized in item banks in the way you want use them in a quiz. If the stimulus question is added to an item bank, it will state the number of questions associated with that stimulus question. That is what you are seeing in the highlighted portion. 

 

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snugent
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When you create a stimulus question in a quiz, you can associate a new question or add questions from existing item bank. When you add questions from an item bank, you can randomize the questions. The key here is to make sure your questions are organized in item banks in the way you want use them in a quiz. If the stimulus question is added to an item bank, it will state the number of questions associated with that stimulus question. That is what you are seeing in the highlighted portion. 

 

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