Note: Hot spot questions are not accessible for users who require keyboard-only access or screen readers.
To create a question, click the Add button anywhere in the assessment.
Add Hot Spot Question
Click the Add Hot Spot button.
Add Question Title and Stem
In the Question Title field , add a question title. Question titles are optional and are not visible to students.
In the Question Stem field , add the question stem. The question stem contains the question and, if necessary, additional instructions and information. You can use the Rich Content Editor to format and add content to your question stem.
To upload an image for the Hot Spot question, drag and drop the image  or select a file by clicking the Browse link .
Draw Hot Spot
You can use one of three shapes to draw the hot spot: square , circle , and polygon .
To delete a hot spot and create a new one, click a shape tool or the image.
Use Square or Circle Tool
To create a square or circle hot spot, click the shape  then drag the shape over the hot spot . To complete the shape, click your mouse.
Use Polygon Tool
To create a polygon hot spot, click the polygon shape . Click the image then drag the tool around the image to create each side of the polygon . To end one side of the polygon, click your mouse. To close the hot spot area, double click your mouse at any time.
To expand the image when creating a hot spot, click the Expand icon.
From the expanded view, you can use any shape to create a hot spot . To save the hot spot, click the Done button . To return to the quiz question, click the Close icon .
To allow students to use an on-screen calculator for this question, click the Show on-screen calculator checkbox .
If you select this option, you can choose either a basic calculator  or scientific calculator . The basic calculator displays numbers and basic math functions (add, subtract, multiply, divide). The scientific calculator displays more options for advanced calculations.
Note: The on-screen calculator option is intended to be used while displaying one question at a time. If the assessment does not display one question at a time, students may be able to use the calculator for all questions.