iCollege Quiz & Survey Tools

Quiz & Survey Statistics

The Quiz and Survey Tools both offer quick view statistics on performance or question-level statistics.

Both tools also offer report options that allow data to be download in CSV or Excel formats.

View Quiz or Survey Statistics

  1. From within your iCollege course, click Assessments and select Quizzes (or Surveys).
  2. Click the drop-down menu to the right of a quiz (or survey) and select Statistics.
    NOTE: Randomized question sets will not display all statistical data.

The quiz (or survey) statistics can include

  • User Stats provides information on quiz performance including Class Average and Standard Deviation.
    User Statistics for Quizzes & Survey Tools
  • Question Stats provides information on each question including Standard Deviation, Discrimination Index, and Point Biserial.
    Stats for Questions
  • Question Details provides specific question breakdowns including numbers and percentages of students who selected answers in a multiple-choice question, average grade for a question, standard deviation, point biserial, and discrimination index.

Quiz & Survey Reports

The Quiz Tool (and Survey Tool) allows you to configure reports and limit the release of those reports to specific roles (e.g. instructor or teaching assistant) within the course.  Users with specified roles can then run reports and download datasets in CSV or Excel formats.

Configure Quiz (or Survey) Reports

Watch this video to learn how to configure reports.  The video talks about the Quiz Tool but applies to the Survey Tool as well.

Run a Quiz (or Survey) Report

  1. From within your iCollege course, click Assessments and select Quizzes (or Surveys).
  2. Click the drop-down menu to the right of a quiz (or survey) and select Reports.
  3. Enter a date range to specify which submissions should be included in the dataset.  Then click the Generate CSV button or Generate Excel button.

 

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