This feature is helpful when you want to do a quiz but not use live polling. You can run a self-paced quiz in Vevox that allow participants to answer quiz questions at their own pace. To enable this feature you need to run your questions in the survey function.
In some instances (like Education scenarios) a lecturer might want to test students understanding of a subject after the course or class. A self-paced quiz will ensure you can leave the quiz open for an extended or specified time and students can answer the quiz at their own pace.
When using the quiz survey feature there are a few items to take note of:
- There is no live leaderboard showing the winner and runners up. The winner needs to be announced separately by the lecture/ quiz master after the quiz survey is stopped.
- Your participants need to be identified as there is no live scoreboard, and you would need to know who to congratulate should you wish to announce a winner.
- The participants can see the correct answer per question as they complete the quiz survey.
- The survey reporting will indicate what the scores were for each participant.
- Remind your participants when the quiz will start and when it will end again.
To create a quiz in the survey function follow these steps:
Select Surveys from the navigation menu.
Press the + Create new survey button.
Give your quiz-survey a name.
The next step is to add some questions. Adding questions to a survey works in the same way as creating live polls.
Press the + Create new question button.
Enter the title of your question.
Select the type of question you would like to create.
If applicable enter the choices for the question.
Set the correct answer (this is import when setting up a quiz).
Press 'Add' to save your question.
Repeat this process to add multiple questions to your quiz-survey.
Once you’ve finished setting up your quiz survey questions remember the following:
- Activate your quiz survey by ensuring it is in ‘Start mode’
- Then press the start button next to the quiz name. This will enable your participants to start answering the questions.
- When the allotted time has lapsed ensure you stop your quiz again.
To see the quiz scores and identify a winner(s), run your data report after the quiz survey is stopped and all responses are collected.
How to find your quiz results:
Your data is available in a downloadable Excel spreadsheet. To get your data report do the following:
Press 'Data' from the navigation menu
Press the Download data report button
The report file is saved to the default download location on your computer.
In the report, there are separate worksheets containing different data. They include:
- Attendance - see who attended your meeting including what time they joined, what time they left.
- Polling Summary - see a summary result of each poll.
- Polling Results - see a detailed breakdown of how each participant voted on each poll.
- Survey Summary - see a summary result of each question in each survey.
- Survey Results - see a detailed breakdown of how each participant voted on each survey question.
- Messages - a summary of all messages sent including the number of likes, if they were published or not, and the time that they were sent.
The report you generate will differ slightly depending on whether you have chosen to have profiles 'on' or 'off' for your session. When profiles are 'off', all participant names will appear as 'Anonymous'.
Your screen will appear something like this:
Look for the total answers correct column to identify your winners and runners up.