Welcome to the quiz learning project. To join this project, add your name to the list of confirmed participants, and then add the page to your watchlist so that you can keep up with developments. The project covers almost anything and everything connected with quizzing at Wikiversity, so if the word quiz excites you in any way at all, join.
- 1 Aims of this learning project
- 2 Schools to which this project belongs
- 3 Current activities
- 4 Reference materials
- 5 List of participants
- 6 Timescale
- 7 Feature wishlist
- 8 Related activities
- 9 See also
Aims of this learning project
- Introduce Wikiversitarians to the quiz extension.
- Provide for discussion and contribution to a methodology of using the quiz extension to enhance the educational value of Wikiversity pages.
- Promote individual and collaborative development of quizzes on Wikiversity.
- Provide feedback to the quiz extension developers.
Schools to which this project belongs
- April 2007: most activity is over at the MediaWiki talk page for the quiz extension, where we are discussing the development of the quiz extension.
- Late April 2007: discussion has started a lot on this Wikiversity now and is currently centered on the talk page for quiz extension documentation.
- There is now a mobile phone program (Occleve) which can download and run quizzes offline. A forthcoming release of the software will enable new questions to be added offline on the phone, and uploaded back to Wikiversity, subject to safeguards. Please see Quiz/Mobile phone software for details.
- Help:Quiz -- documentation for the quiz extension (full).
- Help:Quiz-Simple -- a simpler and colourful documentation intended for beginners, younger users and anyone else who doesn't need the full version.
This section will list pages with quizzes on them. To ensure maximum possible coverage of quizzes, it might be helpful if the quiz extension automatically included a [[Category:quiz]] element in any pages using the quiz extension.
- Wikipedia/Quizzes - please fact-check and contribute.
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See also: the "quizzes" category page
This section will list articles on using quizzes.
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- There is a table with didactic considerations for use of quizzes at Help:Quiz.
List of participants
(Please add your name here.) Aashish Bhattarai
- Javier Carro 14:11, 12 April 2007 (UTC) (I'll focus on using quizzes for language learning).
- vipulpratap 19:1107, 05 JUNE 2008 (GATECH) (I'll focus on using quizzes for language learning).
- Cormaggio talk - Having played around just now on Help:Quiz, I think these are great, and would like to be able to learn for myself and others how they can be used within Wikiversity.
- Dionysios talk, a Participant in the Wikiversity School of Advanced General Studies, Date: 2007-07-22 (July 22, 2007) Time: 0534 UTC
- Prakash Bebington
- Mange01 16:34, 16 November 2008 (UTC)
- Mbrad 00:13, 11 January 2010 (UTC)
- rahul08 18:48, 20 August 210 (UTC) (I want to use quizzes to teach english to beginners).
- Walkerma 16:24, 27 September 2010 (UTC)
- User : Varnit Jain
- Kenmayer 15:31, 4 December 2013 (UTC)
- User:B.arjun 12:48 25 August 2016 (IST)
- User:Knowledge sharer 18:36 , 19 September 2016 (IST)
- harjinder kaur, 13 October 2016
- Lauren Mustard, july 27th 2018
Wikiversitarians known to be interested in quizzes
- MichaelFrey (Switzerland)
- Lrbabe (France; creator of the quiz extension)
- Joe Gittings (mobile quizzes)
- Graeme E. Smith
- Goldenburg111 (Takes quizzes in every day life)
- user: ukachukwu samuel (love quizzes)
This is intended as a permanent project with no specific timeline.
- Reduce amount of blank space above the submit button.
- The ability to manually number quiz questions. // supported by GIFT format below
- Add a timer to quiz.
- Add "clickable maps", i.e. pointing within a certain region in an illustration for correct answer.
- Make the quizzes compatible with Moodle (an open source learning management system) <question> </question> XML tags, simplifying import and export to/from Moodle. // supported by GIFT format below
- Promote score to a known Variable so that a template can manipulate it
- Can Moodle Tests be implemented as an anchor from a wiki-page? (I.E. write the test in moodle, and link it to the wikipage, then use moodle to manage it?) We could put a link to the moodle into the new Faculty portal? Students would have to register for the course, to get their marks. // supported by GIFT format
- GIFT format and extensions for assessment content in addition to Quiz table markup: import from and export to both formats (discuss)
- A simple way to hide the results for answers not selected, and only show the result for the selected answer. This would allow the user to keep trying till they got the right answer.
- A simple way to refresh the page to clear the answers.
- The ability to create a questionnaire with totals based on response made, e.g., if there are three questions, a respondent might score 2, 4, and 1 respectively, giving a total of 7.
- Add a question type for extended responses, ie. a 3-15 line textarea that students can fill up and compare with a model answer or rubric in the feedback for the question.
- Ryan Lane's memorize extension offers an elegant (but not yet implemented?) pair matching widget for MediaWiki. To see it at its best:
- Go to http://www.movethefloor.com/sandbox/Memorizable
- Click "memorize".
- Then click "matching mode", which is perhaps the best mode.