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Kaltura - Adding questions to your videos via Interactive Video Quizzing (IVQ)

Kaltura MediaSpace's interactive video quizzing (IVQ) feature allows you to insert questions into your online videos.

IVQs can be used as self-checks for students to allow them to pause and answer a question to determine whether they listened and understood what they just watched or used as a Canvas assignment to send a grade to the Canvas gradebook.

    We recommend that you keep your interactive video quizzes to a maximum of 5-10 minutes in length and that you provide instructions to your students that they should complete a video quiz within an hour once they start it, and to complete it before the assignment's due/available until date and time. There is a known issue (Kaltura - Known Issue - Kaltura video quizzes sometimes don't send a grade to the Canvas gradebook ) where if a student starts a video quiz and doesn't complete it within 3 hours, that the quiz result will not be passed to the Canvas gradebook. Connecting a video quiz to the Canvas gradebook is described in Canvas - Adding a Kaltura Interactive Video Quiz (IVQ) as an Assignment . The quiz result will still be available in the video quiz's analytics in Kaltura MediaSpace.

    Creating Kaltura Interactive Video Quizzes (IVQs)

    Users can use Kaltura to add questions to a video with Kaltura's IVQ feature. For additional information on Kaltura Interactive Video Quizzes please see Kaltura's documentation Interactive Video Quizzes Guide for Creating Quizzes and Kaltura Video Editing Tools - Quiz Tab.
    1. Launch Chrome or Firefox, go to Kaltura MediaSpace, and login: mediaspace.wisc.edu. If you need more information on how to log in to MediaSpace please see Kaltura - How to Log in to Kaltura MediaSpace (UW-Madison) .
    2. Click Add New and select Video Quiz:
      A screenshot showing the user having clicked on "Add New" with the cursor hovering over "Video Quiz".
    3. You can :
      1. Add a new video to use with a video quiz by clicking the + Upload Media button in the upper right, or
      2. Search for, scroll and select an existing video to use as a video quiz by clicking the Select button next to an existing video in your collection:
        A screenshot showing the Kaltura MediaSpace video select screen. "Upload Media" is outlined in red and tagged with 1 to indicate you can click here to upload a new video to use with a quiz. "Select" is also outlined in red and tagged with 2 to indicate that you can click "Select" next to an existing video to use it with a video quiz.
    4. Once you've selected a video you want to use as a quiz, clicking Select will open the Kaltura editor. Note that it can take a few minutes to load on longer videos:
      A screenshot showing the Kaltura Editor - specifically the quiz functions.
    5. You can start by editing the quiz's general features. Toggle the settings menu to visible or hidden by clicking the icon next to Quiz:
      A screenshot showing the button to toggle the Kaltura Interactive Video Quiz settings to visible or hidden.
      You can edit settings in Details, Scores, and Experience settings for your video quiz.
      1. Details allows you to edit the name and whether a welcome message displays along with the welcome message for the quiz. If it isn't expanded click the black arrow next to Details:
        A screenshot showing a Kaltura IVQ with the Details pane expanded to show the "Quiz Name" field and "Show Welcome Page" checked along with the welcome message.
        Be sure to also notice the scroll bar on the right. If you scroll down you can also check or uncheck boxes to Allow Download of Questions List and provide some basic Instructions:
        A screenshot showing the user having used the scroll bar under "Details" to scroll down to display the options for "Allow Download of Questions List" and "Instructions".
      2. Scores allows you to configure:
        1. Do Not Show Scores - A "Thank You" message will display after submitting the quiz, or
        2. Show Scores - Your viewers will see the quiz score page after the quiz is submitted.
        3. The Include Answers checkbox determines whether viewers will be able to see correct/incorrect answers:
          A screenshot showing the Kaltura video quiz "Scores" options including whether or not to show the scores and whethe to let viewers see the correct answers.
      3. Under Experience you can:
        1. Allow Answers Change - Allow viewers to change their answers before submitting a quiz.
        2. Allow Skip - Allow viewers to skip questions.
          A screenshot showing the Kaltura IVQ option to "Allow Answers Change" and "Allow Skip".
        3. Scroll down to see the option to set No seeking forward:
          A screenshot showing the Kaltura IVQ option "No seeking forward."
    6. To add a question to your video you can play the video and pause where you would like to place a question, or grab the time tag and drag it to the appropriate place in the video:
      A screenshot showing the Kaltura IVQ timeline. The time tag is outlined in red.
    7. Once you are the appropriate point in the video, click on the question type you'd like to insert. You can choose from:
      1. Multiple Choice: Questions with only one correct answer. Questions have a 180 character limit for questions and 140 character limit for answers.
      2. True / False: Question with the choice of True or False. Questions have 450 character limit.
      3. Reflection Point: This is a question with no answer. The video will pause and allow you to point out specific items in the video to guide your viewer's attention. This is a non-graded question and will not be part of the quiz score. Questions have 500 character limit.
      4. Open Question: The student can type in a free text answer. This is a non-graded question and will not be part of the quiz score. Questions have a 200 character limit. Answers have a 270 character limit.
        A screenshot showing the Kaltura IVQ question types. The cursor hovers over "Multiple Choice" which has also been outlined in red.
    8. The question editing screen will display for your question and will vary based on question type. For more detail please see Kaltura's documentation Kaltura Video Editing Tools - Quiz Tab. For multiple choice questions you have options to:
      1. Click the shuffle button to shuffle the answers
      2. Click the light bulb button allows you to add text hints to the question as well as explanations.
      3. Add question text.
        Note: This is listed above but it's worth restating that you are limited to 180 characters for questions and 140 characters for answers for multiple-choice questions. True-False questions have a 450 character limit. Reflection Point questions have a 500 character limit. Open questions have a 200 character limit for questions and 270 character limit for answers.

        It's also important to note that you can't assign different point values to each question. If you decide to use the video quiz as a Canvas assignment (outlined in Canvas - Adding a Kaltura Interactive Video Quiz (IVQ) as an Assignment ), the point value will be divided up to each video question based on the total points you give the assignment in Canvas.
      4. Add correct and incorrect answers.
      5. Add additional answers:
        A screenshot showing the Kaltura IVQ question editor with a multiple choice question.
    9. Click Save when you are done editing your question:
      A screenshot showing the Kaltura IVQ question editor. The "Save" button is outlined in red.
    10. Once saved a cube icon will appear on the timeline indicating that a question will appear at that point in the timeline.
      1. You can click the cube to edit the question
      2. You can also use the timeline zoom to increase or decrease the magnification on the timeline:
        A screenshot showing the Kaltura IVQ timeline with a question on it (in the form of a cube icon), along with the timeline zoom control outlined.

    11. When you are done creating questions and have set the settings you can click Done in the upper right of the editor:
      A screenshot showing a detail of the Kaltura IVQ editor. The "Done" button is outlined in red.

    Editing an existing Kaltura Interactive Video Quiz

    1. Launch Chrome or Firefox, go to Kaltura MediaSpace, and login: mediaspace.wisc.edu. If you need more information on how to log in to MediaSpace please see Kaltura - How to Log in to Kaltura MediaSpace (UW-Madison) .
    2. Click your name in the upper right and select My Media:
      A screenshot showing the user clicking on their name in the upper right to select "My Media" from the drop-down menu.
    3. Search for or scroll until you locate the video quiz you want to edit. Select the pencil icon to the right of the video quiz you want to edit:
      A screenshot showing a detail from the Kaltura MediaSpace "My Media" page. A video is displayed with the cursor over the pencil icon which is also outlined in red. The user clicks the pencil icon to enter editing mode for that video or quiz.
    4. Click the Launch Editor button from this screen:
      A screenshot showing the Kaltura MediaSpace "Edit" window. The "Launch Editor" button is outlined in red.
      Alternately if you clicked on the name of your video quiz you can click the Actions button and select the Launch Editor option from the drop-down menu.
    5. Choose the Quiz button on the left:
      A screenshot showing a zoomed in detail of the Kaltura MediaSpace editor. The "Quiz" button is outilned in red - it looks like a small three-dimensional box.
    6. Follow the prompts in the editor to edit or add questions to the video as outlined in steps 5-10 above.
    7. Click Done when finished.

    Integrating Interactive Video Quizzes with Canvas

    Instructors have two options to integrate IVQs with Canvas:

    1. Interactive Video Quizzes can be embedded in a page or other Canvas area wherever the Canvas rich content editor exists. Embedding IVQs this way will not send a grade for the student to the Canvas gradebook but can still be useful in helping students self-assess and determine whether they understand what they are watching. We recommend that you only use multiple choice, true-false, and reflection point questions for self assessment quizzes. Students can then be more formally assessed on the content via other assignments, Canvas quizzes, exams, etc. More information on embedding an IVQ is available in Canvas - How to add or embed a video in your Canvas course using Kaltura Media (UW-Madison) .
    2. Interactive Video Quizzes can be setup as a Canvas assignment. When setup this way IVQ grades are sent to the Canvas gradebook. See Canvas - Adding a Kaltura Interactive Video Quiz (IVQ) as an Assignment for information on setting up IVQs as a Canvas assignment.

    Interactive Video Quiz example

    Play the following video to see an example of how Kaltura MediaSpace interactive video quizzing works:

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    Keywords:kaltura, mediaspace, video, quiz, quizzing, test, report, interactive, ivq, quizzes, interactive   Doc ID:60958
    Owner:Learn@UW Madison .Group:Learn@UW-Madison
    Created:2016-02-18 11:35 CDTUpdated:2019-08-01 15:24 CDT
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