Interactive video quizzing allows you to add questions that pause a Kaltura video and require viewers to click on the screen and answer a question or acknowledge information to continue. Question types include true/false, multiple choice, short answer (called "open question"), and reflection point (the video stops with text students must acknowledge which could be used to emphasize important points). These video quizzes can be shared with students in a Canvas assignment which records their score.
Create an Interactive Video Quiz
- Login to Canvas
- Click Account in the global navigation on the left
- Select My Media
- Click Add New on the top right.
- Select Video Quiz (the bottom option)
- If you have not uploaded the video, click +Upload Media on the top right. If you have uploaded it, navigate to the correct video and click Select to the right of it.
- To add questions, play the video and click pause at the time you'd like the question to appear (shown in the gif below).
- Choose the appropriate question type, then click it to start typing the question (shown in the gif below).
TIP: The top option is always the correct answer, so don't forget to drag the options around to switch the order.
- Continue adding questions as appropriate.
WARNING: Questions must be a second or two apart; although you are able to add multiple questions sequentially, students will only see the last one.
- When done, click the eye icon on the bottom right of the video to preview the questions if you would like. They will not show up in edit mode.
- Verify and/or customize the settings for your quiz under Details, Scores, and Experience to the left of the preview window.
Details: By default, students see a welcome page that says "In this video, you will be given a Quiz. Good Luck!" You can remove the welcome page and/or change the welcome message if you would like. In addition, you can choose whether to allow students to download the questions list and include instructions or not.
Scores: Choose to allow multiple attempts, show scores or not, and include answers or not.
Experience: Choose whether students can change their answers, skip questions, and/or seek forward. Important setting: checking the box for "No seeking forward" means students cannot skip ahead to just answer the questions without watching the video. It is unchecked by default. You can also change the message students see when they try to skip ahead if you would like.
- Click Done on the top right when all questions are added and settings are adjusted to your preferences.
- There are two ways to share the video:
View Video Quiz Results
When added to Canvas as an assignment following these instructions, Kaltura will record a percentage score and Canvas will calculate points if necessary. For instance, if the video quiz contains two questions and the Canvas assignment is worth 10 points, a student who got one wrong (50%) will receive 5 points in Canvas.
Speedgrader in Canvas will say "No preview available" for Kaltura quizzes. Note that any short answer/open questions will not be counted in scoring with a Canvas assignment. Only multiple choice and true/false questions can be scored. Responses to short answer questions can be viewed in the Kaltura analytics.
To see results, including responses to short answer questions, follow instructions 1-3 above to access My Media via Account in Canvas. Find the appropriate video, then click on Actions on the bottom right of the video and select Analytics.
The Dashboard page contains an overview of the analytics. The Quiz Users tab allows for deleting past responses and viewing one person's full quiz results while the Quiz Questions tab organizes all responses together for each question. Instructors can manually change grades in Canvas via Speedgrader or the Grades page to reflect short answer responses if desired.
NOTE: Kaltura shows results from the last 30 days by default. This can be changed in the drop down menu on the top left of the Dashboard analytics screen.