Instructors: outlines how to set up a Question & Answer assignment. To learn more about Q&A, see the Question & Answer Overview. Depending on your organization's membership with Bongo, this may be a premium feature.
There are several ways to navigate to an assignment setup page, which will vary depending on your integration.
To start, you will need to:
- Name the assignment.
If desired, provide a due date/time that will serve as a guideline for the learners, but will not prevent the learner from submitting once the date has passed. To clear the due date/time, click the "X" button to the right of Due Date. Depending on your LMS, the due dates may be deep linked in the grade book.
- Select the Grade Type.
Enter text instructions for the assignment. The character limit is 1,024 characters, including spaces. While not required, it is recommended to include video instructions as well. If you would like to create video instructions or share an example of the assignment, click on the webcam icon and add your video.
To view the workflows for each setup feature, click on the accordion below to expand the instructions.
Next, you will need to add questions to the assignment. Start by navigating to the Questions section and click Add Question.
From here, you will be able to enter a text or video question prompt.
Continue to add questions until all required questions for the assignment are loaded. You can add up to 20 questions.
|To re-order the questions, click, hold, and drag the hamburger icon on the right-side of the question.|
|Under each question, you can mark the question as active or not. If left unchecked, the question will not be asked when the assignment is set up.|
|To delete a question, click the trash can icon.|
The Q&A assignment can be refined further under Answer Settings.
- Select the desired Recording Mode.
- If Camera + Screen is selected, users will be required to record their screen in addition to their camera for every answer. This will require users to access this assignment from a device that supports screen recording (mobile devices are not supported for this feature).
- Under Delay, the instructor determines how long to allow a delay (in seconds) between the time that the question finishes and the recording begins. The delay allows learners to gather their thoughts before answering the questions.
- Select the Min Record Time and Max Record Time (in seconds) to determine the response parameters
If you require peer review, you can determine the number of peer reviews and toggle the button to the right. To customize the peer review experience, view the peer review advanced settings.