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SacCT Quick Start Demo
Watch this demonstration to learn about basic tools and features in SacCT 9.1 to help you setup your course.

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Adaptive Release

  • Using Adaptive Release for Creating Multiple Rules - video [Blackboard]
    Users must satisfy ALL criteria in a rule. For example, if you add multiple groups to a single criteria then no user can see the item unless he/she is a member of all groups added. To allow multiple groups to have access to an item, each group must be in a separate rule. Please read the help text at the top of the Adaptive Release Advanced page.

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  • SacCT - Test Availability Exceptions
  • Respondus: Creating Tests for SacCT (SacCT 9.1) - Use Respondus to convert a single quiz or exam from WebCT to Blackboard, and then upload that new test to SacCT 9.1.
  • Using Respondus LockDown Browser - How to set your tests to require Respondus LockDown Browser.
  • Test questions batch file upload guidelines - New test questions can be uploaded via the Upload Questions button from within a specific test, survey or pool. Files can be formatted as .txt or .csv.
  • Using the BYU Test Generator to Format Questions for Test Upload - Learn how to use a free online formatting application to easily format questions for upload to Blackboard's Test, Survey, and Pool manager. While you can build tests directly in Blackboard, this is sometimes time-consuming and tedious. This tool allows you to create questions in Word, paste them into the test generator to create a properly formatted file that is ready to upload directly into Blackboard. The closed-captioned movie tutorial takes you through the steps. Files and links referenced are included below the movie. [Cape Fear Community College]

 

Last updated: May 15, 2014