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  • in reply to: Sakai Help #1304
    Troy Blackburn
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    I have a student who missed a class session during which we covered feedback from a recent exam. I made the feedback available to all students during the class Zoom session but then took it down afterward to reduce the likelihood of students copying the exam material. Is it possible for me to share Sakai feedback with a single student for a specified period of time, but not give the rest of the class access? Thanks!

    Troy

    in reply to: Sakai Help #1239
    Troy Blackburn
    Participant

    If I choose to provide exam feedback on a specified date in Sakai, is the feedback only available for that date, or does it remain available to students? I want to be able to discuss the results via Zoom, but I also want to minimize students’ opportunities to copy the exam and pass it along to future students. If feedback is continually available after the specified date, can I change the feedback setting to “no feedback” once I’ve discussed the exam in class to prevent continued access to the questions and answers?

    Thanks for your help.

    Troy

    in reply to: Sakai Help #1184
    Troy Blackburn
    Participant

    For some reason (no doubt my screw up!) students are unable to see feedback on an online quiz they recently completed. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

    Troy

    Troy Blackburn
    Participant

    I received an email from a student indicating that she has limited internet connectivity, and a survey she was recently taking for another class took long periods of time to advance between pages. She’s concerned that she would have similar issues advancing between questions on assessments administered via Sakai such that she would effectively fail a timed assignment. I want to ensure the integrity of the assessments by making them timed to reduce the likelihood of students being ale to consult their course resources, but I don’t want to make the process more difficult or stressful for students. Are there other timed assessments methods that are not internet-based?

    Troy

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