It is important to provide learners with enough opportunity to test their knowledge and apply skills they've learned to practical assignments, that is why we developed a wide range of various interactive assignments that can provide instant feedback.
- Free Response — your learners will have to write an essay;
- Matching — your learners will have to match two lists;
- Math — your learners will have to enter a math formula;
- Multiple Choice — your learners will have to select the best possible answer (or answers) out of the choices from a list;
- Number — your learners will have to enter a numerical answer;
- Sorting — your learners will have to sort a given list;
- Text — your learners will have to enter a short text, which should match the correct answer;
- Table — your learners will have to select the best possible answer (or answers) out of the options in a table;
- Random generation of a problem data — numbers are changed in the problem data;
- Fill in the blanks — your learners will have to fill blanks in the text.
- Data — your learners will have to process a randomized data set within the time limit;
- Code — writing a program in different programming languages;
- Linux — your learners will have to properly configure a remote server;
- HTML and CSS — writing HTML structure of a document;
- SQL — your learners will have to grade SQL queries.
- JetBrains IDE — a challenge with use of IntelliJ IDE Educational Edition;
- External Grader — the challenge is checked by an external grading system;
- Manual score — in this step it is possible to give additional points to learners. You need to create a step, establish the maximum number of points and upload to the step csv file, where there are three fields: user ID, the percentage of the maximum amount of points that he gets and the comment that will be seen by the user. Note that you can upload a new file and update users' scores;
- LTI consumer — solutions of problem are checked via LTI provide (available only in the Enterprise plan).
Most of the assignments are checked automatically, but free response and code challenges can also have Peer Review when your learners have to write an answer to an open question, which is then graded by their peers of by yourself.