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  1. Managing multiple-choice questions efficiently ~多肢選択問題を効率よく管理する~ Mari Yamauchi & Kenichi Kamiya 山内真理・神谷健一 2010.2.14 MoodleMoot Hakodate 2010

  2. Have you ever wanted... To create Moodle questions in bulk? To reuse a question to create slightly different questions more easily? To easily find particular questions (you think) you have created before? To reorganize the existing questions?

  3. MCG will help

  4. MCG: quiz generator + question database Generator works on a local computer Database can be shared through Google Docs Download at http://www.maymeng.net/moodle/

  5. MCG: quiz generator + question database question database (spreadsheet) MoodleXML (or GIFT) quiz generator

  6. 1. Creating a question Question Choices General feedback

  7. Creating a question within Moodle Question General feedback Choices

  8. Creating a question using the spreadsheet General feedback Choices Question

  9. Spreadsheet  MCG  XML format Moodle XML format Output to File

  10. 2. Reusing a question e.g. Translation added

  11. Reusing a question within Moodle Reusing a question using the spreadsheet 1. Open a question editor 2. Edit the question 3. Save it as a new question 1. Copy a line 2. Edit it

  12. MCG will help ... 1. Create Moodle questions in bulk easily. 2. Reuse a question to create slightly different questions easily. In addition ...

  13. 3. Finding particular questions How many exercises on infinitives do I have? Haven’t I created questions containing “temporarily” before?

  14. Finding particular questions using MCG Full-text search Keyword

  15. Full-text search Search -14 questions are selected. -Do you use all of them?

  16. +Output the selected Qs in a desired format Create (a set of Qs) Do you randomize the questions?

  17. (1) Output in plain text format (.txt) text format Output to File

  18. Attention: File type must be*.tab File name = *.txt File type = *.tab

  19. (2) Output in XML format (.xml) Moodle XML format Output to File

  20. Attention: File type must be*.tab File name = *.xml File type = *.tab

  21. Hands-On Try tag-based search using the prepared database. (J) 品詞・動詞・前置詞・接続詞 (E) pos・vb・prep・conj Try creating an XML file / a text file.

  22. 4. Reorganizing Moodle questions Export questions (a category) to an XML file Import the XML file to MCG  Moodle questions imported to MCG with HTML tags  Moodle questions recorded in a spreadsheet (.xls)   = Under Development

  23. (1) Export Q’s (a category) to an XML file

  24. (2) Import the XML file to MCG  Option Read Copy & Paste the XML file Import Moodle XML

  25. (3) Q’s imported to MCG wit HTML tags 

  26. (4) Questions recorded in a spreadsheet 

  27. MCG will help ... 3. Find particular questions in the spreadsheet (.xls). 4. Reorganize the existing questions/ categories. *Moodle XMLMCG: Under development (The script to be revised; XSLT to be used?)

  28. Summary of the current version question database (spreadsheet) MoodleXML (or GIFT) quiz generator

  29. To Conclude... The current version of MCG will help teachers - planning to create new sets of questions (without images/ audio), esp. in collaboration with their colleagues - wanting to manage existing paper-based quizzes & reuse them in Moodle - teachers regularly using Moodle quizzes in combination with paper-based quizzes A future version of MCG will help teachers wanting to reorganize Moodle questions with HTML tags