New Quizzes- Transition Information
We've been using both Classic Quizzes and New Quizzes with Canvas, our learning management system. Starting July 1, 2023, we are recommending you build your tests and quizzes using New Quizzes.
Why are we changing?
New Quizzes offers more options for questions, has better accommodations and is now ready for use. Not quite sure if you are ready for the change? Read these two articles to learn more:
Can I still use Classic Quizzes?
Yes, for now you can continue to build in new tests and quizzes in Classic Quizzes. Please watch this page for announcements of the timeline when Classic Quizzes will be sunset and you will need to move to New Quizzes. We will use information from Canvas to make the call.
In a small number of specialized cases, it might be better to stick with Classic Quizzes for the time being. See the New Quizzes FAQ for more information.
How can I get help?
Support with Using New Quizzes:
- Creating a Canvas quiz using New Quizzes
- What question types are available on a New Quiz
- Using item banks on a New Quiz
- New Quizzes - Adding Accommodations
- Enhancing security on a New Quiz
*Note: Some of the links above may require you to log in with your NSID to access.
- For help with integrating New Quizzes into your online course, or for building large item banks, contact the GMCTL email@example.com
- For pedagogical questions about how to design quality assessments using New Quizzes, contact the GMCTL firstname.lastname@example.org
- To obtain training on using New Quizzes, contact email@example.com
- For technical help and resolving various Canvas issues, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Detailed Canvas Guides:
Help for your Students:
To provide help for your students as they encounter New Quizzes in your course, you can send them to this link: Canvas Tips For Students- Just the Basics: New Quizzes
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have more questions about Canvas New Quizzes, take a look through the following New Quizzes FAQ: