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Zeitbegrenzung bei Tests

Es wäre schön wenn die Testlaufzeit innerhalb eines Zeitfensters (sichtbare Zugriffszeit) definiert werden könnte.


It would be nice if the test runtime could be defined within a time window (visible access time).

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  • Jan 14 2021
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Country DE
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    Product Team commented
    27 Jan, 2021 12:16pm


    There are several options to restrict time/access:

    • Deadline: this is the last time when the test can be submitted. If the student has not completed the test within the deadline, the test will be auto-submitted with all the responses done so far.

    • Visibility: this says when the student should be able to see and open the test. This should NOT be used as a time restriction for the attempt, that is not what it is designed for.

    • Time limit: this is only available in the current (old) test tool, not in the new version. It is possible to set a limit of x minutes from the time the student starts the test. If the student has not completed within x minutes, the test will be auto-submitted with all the responses done so fare. This feature is planned for the new tool in the future.

    The itslearning Product Team