I would like to efficiently make some practice quizzes using imported question banks, but here are my challenges-
Best solution I can come up with is the following:
As you can see, this really wouldn't provide much question variety, and I would have to make multiple quizzes to utilize all of my available questions. If you know of a better way to get this done, please respond. Please and thank you!
Hi @westke and welcome to the Canvas Community! I am going to share this question with the Quizzes.Next User Group in hope someone has found a better way. I personally don't know of a method around separate banks because there isn't a way for the system to differentiate questions in a bank (know that some are related to one stimulus and some the other). However, I found this question Pull Certain Number of Questions from a Bank where Cody from Instructor suggested that you can edit the setting for a question bank to select a portion rather than the entire question bank. While the link in that thread doesn't work for me, this does How do I add all items or a random set from an item bank to an assessment in Quizzes.Next?
Might this help? I wasn't sure if you are utilizing the feature that allows only a portion of the questions from a bank to be selected meaning that on different attempts students could receive different questions. If I understand what you are trying to accomplish, it may still take 3 question banks per quiz (one for each stimulus question and one for the non-stimulus questions).
If I misunderstood, please let us know!
I don't think this question has been answered because I don't think there is a way to do it. I am also looking for a way to do the same thing. I did find this idea: https://community.canvaslms.com/t5/Idea-Conversations/Attached-questions-stay-fixed-to-stimulus-in-i... which seems to imply this behavior isn't currently possible.