[LON-CAPA-users] CODED Exams
kortemey at msu.edu
Tue Apr 3 12:49:06 EDT 2018
The exam system is extremely flexible, so I need to understand the situation a little better. Why would you only make 13 versions of the exam and not one for every student? If you do the latter, you can also ensure that students never copy the whole exam.
LON-CAPA can automatically generate cover sheets, like if you want the CODE printed really huge.
LON-CAPA can named exams with cover sheets.
Finally, yes, one can store the generated CODEs. There is an opportunity during the generation process to give a name to the generated set of CODEs, you need to fill out the “Name” field. You can always reprint the same set (bottom option on selection screen), and you can use the stored CODEs to check if the submitted CODEs are correct.
> On Apr 3, 2018, at 12:27 PM, Huckleberry, David W <dhuckleb at purdue.edu> wrote:
> Question: Is there a way to always use the same codes for printing CODED exams?
> Reason: I have faculty members that create custom “Cover Pages” for each exam code, and have to edit those each time we make a set of exams. (1 instructor makes 13 versions each exam)
> Not a major issue, just curious…..
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