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Create and Publish IVQ (Interactive Video Quizzes) in Canvas and MiVideo Mediaspace
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Environment
Canvas
MiVideo MediaSpace
The Video Editor provides media trim, chop, splice, and copy capabilities within Canvas and MiVideo MediaSpace. In addition, Interactive Video Quizzes (IVQs) and hotspots can be embedded into videos. See related Video Editing Tools articles for more information about this editor.
Issue
Interactive Video Quizzing provides embedding 4 question types into a video; multiple choice, true or false, reflection point, and open answer. The reflection point pauses the video and displays text or hypertext to share with the viewers. Open-ended questions are not graded but can be used to collect opinions.
Note: An IVQ can be added to a YouTube video or a video you have uploaded into My Media.
Resolution
Note: A copy of the video is created so the original video remains unaltered. If the video has already been published in Canvas and you would like to use the IVQ instead, you will need to replace the original video with the IVQ. For instance, if the video is embedded onto a Canvas Page, you will need to edit the Page, delete the original video, and embed the IVQ. See the Publish Media in Canvas article for more details.
Add a Question
Add a multiple choice, true or false, reflection point, and open answer question to an IVQ. 
Navigate to the Video Editor
  • From the Edit Media page > Launch Editor
  • From the Media page > Actions > Launch Editor
  1. Click the quiz cube icon
  2. Click the Start button
  3. Place the timeline marker where you want the question to be inserted into the video
  4. Click Add a Question
  5. Choose a question type
    1. Multiple choice: Enter the question and answers
      1. Click the + button to add additional answers
      2. The green tab indicates the correct answer
      3. Click the shuffle icon or drag and drop the answers to reorder
      4. Click the "X" icon next to the answer to remove
      5. Click the bulb icon to add a hint or correct answer rational to the question
    2. True or false: Enter the question
      1. Click on the colored green check tab to set either true or false to be the correct answer
      2. Click the bulb icon to add a hint or correct answer rational to the question
    3. Reflection point: Enter text to be read
    4. Open-ended question: Enter question
  6. Click Save
  7. Repeat to add additional questions
  8. Click Done when finished
  9. Click Preview to preview the video (optional)
Edit a Question
Edit an existing question in an IVQ.
Navigate to the Video Editor
  • From the Edit Media page > Launch Editor
  • From the Media page > Actions > Launch Editor
  1. Click the quiz cube icon
  2. Click on the quiz cube button on the timeline
  3. Make changes
  4. Click Save
Delete a Question
Remove a question in an IVQ.
Navigate to the Video Editor
  • From the Edit Media page > Launch Editor
  • From the Media page > Actions > Launch Editor
  1. Click the quiz cube icon
  2. Click on the quiz cube button in the timeline
  3. Click the Delete link
Quiz Settings
Edit the settings of an IVQ.
Navigate to the Video Editor
  • From the Edit Media page > Launch Editor
  • From the Media page > Actions > Launch Editor
  1. Click the quiz cube icon
  2. The settings are displayed as tabs on the left side of the video
    1. Details tab: Add the quiz name, welcome message, allow download of questions list, and instructions
    2. Scores tab: Show or do not show scores, and show correct/incorrect answers. Allow viewers the option to take the quiz multiple times (if enabled by administrator), the number of times, and which quiz score to keep
    3. Experience tab: Allow viewers to change answers, skip questions for later, and disable using the seek bar to navigate to a further point in the video
Publish Quiz
Quizzes can be published in Canvas. There are two ways to publish a quiz; as a gradebook assignment or to embed onto a page.
Publish as an Assignment
As students submit the quiz questions, the Gradebook will be populated. 
Important: when publishing an IVQ as an assignment, the video should not be published anywhere else in the course (Media Gallery or embedded into content) because this can cause grade passback to fail. If the video should also be published for student review, either publish the non-IVQ version of the video or make and publish a copy of the IVQ.
  1. Create a new assignment
    Canvas: navigate to the course > Assignments > Assignment
  2. Enter an Assignment Name and instructions
  3. Enter the Points for the assignment
    1. IVQ calculates a grade score based on the equation (score = points x percent correct). Different points cannot be assigned to different questions, all questions are weighed the same. For example if a viewer is correct with 4 out of 5 questions the total points earned are 80 (100 x (4/5) = 80)
    2. Open ended questions are not graded but can be used to collect feedback
  4. Scroll down to the Submission Type drop-down list and select External Tool
  5. Click the Find button
  6. Select MiVideo In-Video Quizzing
  7. Select your video quiz from the list by clicking the Embed button
  8. Click Select
  9. Click Save & Publish
Embed onto a page using the Rich Text Editor
IVQs can be embedded onto Announcement pages and other pages using the Rich Text Editor. The most common option is to embed onto a Page.
Note: When IVQs are embedded elsewhere other than Assignments the IVQ score will not be reported back to Gradebook.
  1. Create a new page or content item
    Canvas: navigate to the course > Pages > Page
  2. Enter the page name and instructions
  3. From the Rich Text Editor toolbar select the MiVideo icon. If the MiVideo icon is not displayed in the Rich Text Editor toolbar select the downward arrow for More External Tools
  4. Use the filters to assist in locating the video. Click the Embed button to insert the video quiz onto the page
  5. Click Save & Publish
View Quiz Responses
View the IVQ quiz responses from viewers. 
  1. Navigate to the Media page > Actions > Analytics
  2. Click the Quiz Questions tab to see all the questions in the quiz. Click the Quiz Users tab to view the answers organized by each user. See the Interactive Video Quiz Analytics article for more information.
Video Demos
Interactive Video Quiz Walkthrough (IVQ)
How to Build an Interactive Video Quiz (IVQ)
How to Publish an IVQ
How to View IVQ Responses
Additional Information
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Article ID: 4826
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Thu 4/8/21 4:55 PM
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