Using Kaltura Video Quizzing - Faculty

How Do Interactive Video Quizzes Work?

Through its easy-to-use interface, the quiz creator can seamlessly embed multiple choice questions at any point in a video. As users watch the video, each question appears at its chosen point; the video continues after the user answers the question. Flexible settings allow quiz creators to choose whether to allow users to repeat sections, skip questions, revise answers, receive hints, and discover the correct answers. Practically, Interactive Video Quiz (IVQ) increases engagement, tests knowledge and retention, and gathers media effectiveness data.

Creating a Quiz with Interactive Video Quiz (IVQ)

The IVQ feature enables quiz creators to provide their users with online quizzes defined by the creator and custom-tailored to the needs of the users.

The following sections of this article describe how you, the quiz creator, use the IVQ feature to create a quiz.

To create a video quiz

1.      Log into Kaltura at using FlashLine credentials.

2.      Click the Add New drop-down menu and choose Video Quiz from the list.

3.      In the Media Selection window, choose the video for which to create a quiz.

4.      Click Select next to the desired video. After the video is selected, Kaltura automatically loads the video and opens the Quiz Editor’s General window.

To create an assignment using Kaltura's IVQ that integrates with the Blackboard Grade Book 

1.      Create a video quiz in My Media.

2.      Make sure "Edit Mode" is on.

3.      Navigate to the course "Content" section.

4.      In the "Assessments" menu select "Kaltura Video Quiz" (or the new tool name you configured).

5.      Select a quiz from My Media or create a new one.

6.      Click Submit.

When students answer and submit their quizzes, the grade is automatically sent to the Blackboard Grade Center for the relevant assignment and student.

NOTE: Grades will be posted in the grade center as a percentage. It is not possible to change this to a point system. Students must take the IVQ within the Blackboard course for the grade center to acknowledge the students’ submissions.

Best Practices

The following points cover the best practices, as recommended by Kaltura for quiz creators:

1.      Be sure to shuffle answers.

2.      All incorrect answer options should be plausible.

3.      It is not recommended to use "all of the above" and "none of the above" as wrong-answer options.

4.      Make sure the question is meaningful by itself and represents a definite problem.

5.      Keep answer lengths similar.

6.      Try not to create trick questions, but rather allow for constructive learning.

7.      Use only 1 correct answer and make sure that it is clear why the others are not the correct options.

8.      It is recommended to put the last question at the end of the video to keep the user engaged through the entire subject.

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