I'm currently working on a course related to Food Inspections done via Google Glass. The videos are taken and edited - you know, a little magic added to them. We are using the videos in assessing already established inspectors and then using their results to help them inspect more quickly and efficiently. The basis of the quizzes in this "course" (it's more of a tool), is a ranking system - ranking violations made by retail food establishments in order of most critical to least critical. I have messed around with trying to find something similar to a ranking question for a few days now and have also looked at other learning tools such as SoftChalk - they don't have the ranking question feature either. Help?!
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That specific type of question does not exist in Quizzes to my knowledge. However, have you thought about doing a multiple choice, multiple answer, or numerical answer to achieve something similar?
I envision a range of 1-10 and each number would be a possible selection in the multiple choice/multiple answer scenario. For the numerical answer, the student could simply input the number (if the range is given in the instructions or quiz question) of the ranking.
If it's not number based, you could simply substitute wording for the range (Most important, least important, etc.).
Just some thoughts which you might have already tried if you've been messing around with it for a few days now. Here's a general guide on quizzes which links to guides on the specific question types on Canvas quizzes: How do I create a Quiz with individual Questions?
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@crs0046 , we haven't heard from you in awhile. It does seem to me that the Likert Scale question type will address your needs, so I'll mark that response with the "Correct Answer" designation. If you have a moment, please let us know how you ultimately addressed the ranking question.