Have you tried our new interactive video quiz feature yet? Newly added to our streaming video products for schools and universities, this excellent tool for remote education and assessments allows admins, teachers, and librarians to create interactive video quizzes using full videos, segments, custom content, and web channels.
This exciting new feature can help engage students, whether in the classroom or at home. It gives educators a much-needed tool they can use to assess students’ progress, helping them identify students’ strengths and weaknesses so the educators can focus on addressing them.
Student Assessments Have Never Been So Easy
Educators with an Admin, Teacher, or Librarian account can find the Quiz icon in the right-hand box on any video player page, next to “Segments” and “Transcript.” Find a video to which you would like to add a quiz, click on the Quiz icon, give your quiz a name, and from there you can add questions. Educators can use the new quiz function to insert questions at specific points in a video and then share the quiz with students via Infobase Classes, Google Classes, individual email addresses, or direct links. Once the student finishes the quiz, a copy will be emailed to the educator (as long as the educator has that email setting checked off). The educator can send the quiz with instructions for submission in the settings.
Great for K–12 Schools and Districts
This new feature is available in Classroom Video On Demand for high schools and Learn360 for K–12 schools and districts. Classroom Video On Demand is a fully responsive and mobile-friendly curriculum-focused video subscription that provides unlimited access to thousands of videos for ALL departments. Learn360 is the ultimate streaming multimedia resource for the K–12 educational market—the complete district solution. Teachers, students, and parents can easily access more than 182,000 media resources on any Internet-enabled device, and engaging content landing pages make it easy to find the wealth of videos, interactives, printables, audio content, and more.
Both products can be accessed anytime, anywhere, whether your classroom is remote, hybrid, or in person—plus users can copy a link to the quiz and add it to LMSs including Schoology, Canvas, itslearning, and others.
Also Excellent for Colleges and Universities
Educators at the undergraduate and graduate levels can find the new quiz feature in Films On Demand. Providing unlimited access to thousands of videos that can be accessed anytime, from anywhere, Films On Demand has content that will both educate and entertain students and researchers on a wide range of curricular subjects. Plus, Films On Demand’s platform provides users with the content, tools, speed, and performance that today’s online experience demands. Films On Demand users can copy a link to the quiz and add it to LMSs including Blackboard, Moodle, D2L (Desire2Learn), and Canvas.
Check out the webinar below for more on how to use the video quiz feature in Films On Demand:
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