[LON-CAPA-users] multi-part library problems?
frauke.sprengel at hs-hannover.de
Wed Oct 21 03:27:39 EDT 2015
this problem seems to exist only for version 2.11.1.
I had the same problem and I hat also problems with obtaining the submission
from a multipart problem in a library both from outside and inside the library.
At least the latter worked in 2.11.0.
Am 20.10.2015 um 23:07 schrieb Mills, Douglas G:
> Hi All,
> I have an instructor who likes using library items in his problems for the
> versatility of mixing, matching and adjusting things like quizzes from semester
> to semester. However, in a recent quiz he included a library problem with three
> parts. For his single part library problems he puts the part tags in the quiz
> itself surrounding the import tags. For this multipart import though he put the
> part ids in the library problem itself and did not put part tags surrounding the
> import. This worked in terms of the students seeing the three part library
> problem along with the other library problems and being able to submit their
> answers. However, the three part problem does not show in the Lon-Capa
> spreadsheet. When you go in to look at a student's work on the quiz, you can see
> the three part problem along with the student's previous tries link, etc. in the
> display portion of that page, but when it comes to the sections on submissions
> lower down the page they do not appear. If you click to grade the student, the
> three part imported library problem does not appear there either.
> Are library problems not intended to be multipart? Are they supposed to be done
> differently? Or is this a bug? Thanks,
> Douglas Mills
> Director of Instructional Technology
> Department of Chemistry
> University of Illinois
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