[LON-CAPA-users] Answer display of the student's submission.
Mills, Douglas G
dmills at illinois.edu
Thu Jun 4 16:37:40 EDT 2015
One way I've done this is to check in the script at the head of the
problem to see if the question has been answered correctly and if so, set
the correct answer to the student answer. That's with a numerical
response problem. I don't know what type of problem you're using or if
that will work for what you're doing. I can provide sample code for that
if it would be helpful.
Director of Instructional Technology
Department of Chemistry
University of Illinois
On 6/4/15, 3:29 PM, "Rex Abert" <ABERTR at tcc.fl.edu> wrote:
>My apologies if this has been addressed before.
>I am writing a problem that asks for a coterminal angle for a given
>angle. There are an infinite number of correct answers to this type of
>question. I have a script that correctly evaluates the response. My
>question is this: Once the student has responded correctly, is there a
>way to display the student's response rather than something I have set
>I realize I could put something like "One coterminal angle is blah," but
>I think there is a positive boost to the ego when a student is told
>he/she is correct and his/her response is displayed.
>Associate Professor of Mathematics
>Tallahassee Community College
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