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New testtool: Feedback on alternatives needs more than just 100 characters

itslearnings new test tool have a limitation on 100 characters for feedback on alternatives. It is not sufficient to give students an explanation on why a specific alternative is right or wrong. We want to motivate students learning and therefore it should it be possible to give them detailed feedback and here 100 characters is far from enough. Sometimes students answer questions both correctly and incorrectly, but their reasoning for why they answer the way they do is also incorrect. Here, proper feedback can help them to gain understanding and it requires more than 100 characters.

  • Søren Sten Hansen
  • Mar 30 2023
  • Planned
Country DK
Category Grading and assessment
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    Product Team commented
    8 May, 2023 11:45am


    Thanks for your input. This length of this input was not really during the initial implementation and when we realised this, we decided to wait and see if this was a real issue or only our assumption. We'll leave this open for voting to understand the need, but expect to extend the field in the not-too-distant future. We will still limit it, for usability purposes.

    The itslearning product team