• How to generate Questions for Question Pools

    In Ultra course > (+) Create assessment > test > create questions. On the content page click on 3 dots on right/top corner and create course export which can be uploaded into Question bank and only the questions will be imported to the course. From within your Ultra module select Create…

  • Question Banks

    A collection of questions forms a question bank that is stored for repeated use.  Question banks can store questions within categories and the categories can be limited to being used on the site, course, or assessment level.  Question banks can be imported for use in assessments in your courses. Instructors…

  • Question Pools

    When creating an assessment, you can use question pools to ensure each student receives a different version of the assessment.  Pools are an inventory of questions that can be reused throughout the course to create assessments. Pool questions can be sorted by question category, question type, topics, levels of difficulty, and…

  • How to create a Question Bank

    When you select bank questions for an assessment, copies of the questions are created and added to the assessment. You can edit the copies of questions in your assessment without concern as other assessments are not affected. Meaning changes you make to one instance of the question or content are…

  • Prioritise instructor order in a module

    What is it? Course Faculty allows you to view the instructors related to a module in alphabetical order by surname. You can use the Primary Instructor feature to re-order this list. What does it do? We can select which instructors we would like to highlight as Primary Instructor/s on a…

  • Assigning alphanumeric grades in Blackboard for Turnitin assignments

    What was previously done? When UoD moved to Ultra, there was an issue which resulted in Turnitin assignments having to be graded out of 23 points rather than using the Alphanumeric conversion. We recommended pointing students to the Assessment Scales page. As this can be tricky and students get confused…