Now that we have more and more online testing through Moodle, it appears that instructors are running into the scenario where they need to clear out a student’s attempt on a quiz or test. This is a fairly easy process to do. The first thing you need to do is click on the quiz itself. You do not need to have editing turned on. Once you click into the quiz, you’ll need to navigate to the bank of attempts. This can be done by clicking the word “Attempts,” which is a live link, or you can go to the Results tab across the top.
Once there, click on the check box next to the name of the student’s attempt. Then, scroll down and click on Delete Selected Attempts.
Office of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning
photo taken by David Whitehead (thanks!)
Pictured Left to Right: Dori Stanfield, Suzanne Edmonds, Elizabeth (Liz) Irizarry.
Please welcome our newest member of the Office of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, Suzanne Edmonds! Suzanne recently completed her Masters of Arts in Educational Media from Appalachian State University. As our Instructional Technology Specialist, she will be primarily working with our Echo360 lecture capture room, SMART hardware and software, Elmo document cameras, Vision classroom monitoring software, iclickers, and Blackboard Collaborate. Please do not hesitate to contact Suzanne for training on the aforementioned technologies. Her office is Reich 122.
Suzanne shares an office with Elizabeth (Liz) Irizarry, our Instructional Designer, who has been here for over a year now. Liz primarily trains instructors on Moodle, Turnitin plagiarism software, Softchalk, NCLOR, Respondus 4.0, Respondus Lockdown Browser, and Blackboard Collaborate.
Feel free to visit our Staff page (link above) to learn more about our Office of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning.