Note: To complete these procedures, you must be assigned a role having the necessary permissions. To determine your role, follow the directions in Participant roles. For a basic understanding of roles and permissions, see Permissions and roles: Overview.
You can import an assessment you previously created, or export one for use in another IMS QTI-compatible application. To import an assessment, the source file must be an IMS QTI-compatible XML file. For more on the IMS QTI specification, see the IMS Global Learning Consortium.
Note: Because some systems differ in their interpretations of IMS QTI standards, importing IMS QTI-compatible files from other systems may not work reliably.
On this page:
To import an assessment:
Tests & Quizzes.
Assessmentspage, under "New Assessments" and next to "Import Assessment", click
To export an assessment from Tests & Quizzes:
Tests & Quizzes.
Assessmentspage, under "Pending Assessments", next to the title of the assessment you want to export, click
--Select Action, and then click
QTI v 1.2or
Content Packaging, and click
If you choose
Content Packaging, you will be prompted to
open or save the export file.
QT v 1.2 will generate an XML file that
will display in your browser. When you see the generated
file, use your browser's save command to save it (i.e., export it) to
your hard drive or some other storage device. For example, in most
browsers you would click
File and select
As, and then select a location to save the exported
assessment. By default, the name will be
exportAssessment.xml. If you wish, you can rename this so
you can easily find the assessment later.
Note: In Internet Explorer 9, ignore the message that
says "Only secure content is displayed". Click
File and then
Save As... to save the file. If a
window pops up, click
Yes, i.e., to save the web page anyway.