Styling improvements for exam answering workflows (many thanks to Monika Andergassen)
- provide explicit text to "next" and "previous" buttons in pagination menu - align appearance of "next" and "previous" buttons in pagination menu with GitHub - removed class "input-group" for compound fields to improve appearance - bumped version number of xowf to 5.10.1d48
Support for extra extra hints texts (feedback, correction hints)
The updated version of the inclass-exam supports now extra hint texts for lecturers and students. These extra information is displayed after the question, and is used either for feedback to the student (e.g. Einsicht) or as information for the grader (evaluation guidelines, esp. useful when multiple graders are involved). It can be controlled via setup what kind of information the question author can provide. The providable feedback is controlled via the feedback level:
Feedback level - The feedback level can be * "full": two input fields for feedback for correct and incorrect answers * "single": single input fields for feedback * "none": no input field for feedback. - The feedback level is specified in the forms used in the pull down menus for creating "New" test items. - The feedback level is applicable to all test item types (SC, MC, Text, ShortText, Ordering, Upload, Composite, Pool) - The predefined setup is as follows: "single" is used for all item type, except for "Pool" questions (since the feedback is taken from the replacement question from the Pool) - Nothing has change here
Correction notes: - optionally, correction notes can be specified. Since in the past, the general feedback was not shown to the students, it was sometimes abused for correction hints for the lecturer. Therefore, we have now a separate field - Correction notes can be added to all item types (SC, MC, Text, ShortText, Ordering, Upload, Composite, Pool) and are turned on by default (except for Pool).
Visibility of general feedback and correction notes - general feedback is shown (when provided) * full exam-protocol is shown * filtering single question * filtering single submission (view with revision selection) * exam-review for students (Einsicht) - corrections notes are shown (when provided) * full exam-protocol is shown * filtering single question * filtering single submission (view with revision selection) - when general feedback is not provided, the exam protocol etc. looks as before - when correction notes are not provided, the exam protocol etc. looks as before
- Negative feedback is provided, * when percentage is known, and * percentage is < 50% - when negative feedback is displayed, the positive feedback is not displayed and vice versa
For composite questions, the system supports hint texts for the full composite question and additional ones for every single part.