Plagiarism is a difficult concept to teach, and a one-shot instruction session can't always cover it all.
Encourage users to take, and retake, this plagiarism quiz so that they'll understand the concepts over time.
Shelving is a vital skill for new student workers, volunteers, and pages to master. Move your job skills onboarding process, online!
Reinforce on-the-job knowledge. Encourage workers to take it frequently to keep their skills sharp!
Librarians aren't always around to answer ready reference questions. Encourage library works to sharpen their skills with this Ready Reference Quiz.
This way, when you're not their - patrons still get excellent service.
Quizzes can be fun! So engage users by creating fun quizzes to test their general knowledge.
Create a Pop Culture 101 Quiz, Popular Fiction Quiz, or a Hair Bands of the 80's Quiz. Bottom-line, have fun!
Do you want to assess whether learning occurs? Create a Pre-Instruction Assessment Quiz to get a baseline reading.
After the class has been taught, send out a Post-Instruction Assessment (see below) to measure where learning takes place.
Once you've got your base-line reading, instruct users to take a post-instruction assessment quiz.
You'll be able to quantifiably measure where improvements were made when comparing results against the Pre-Test.
A great way to ensure that K-12 students are knowledge about the Internet and standard safety practices.
Try answering a question incorrectly, you'll see customizable 'tips' appear on screen. A great way to reinforce learning during assessment.