This is an overview of the various Online Testing options users have when setting up assessments to be administered online to students. Each option available depends on how the user needs to setup the administration.
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There are three administration options to choose from when administering an online assessment to students:
Being the most timely way to enable an assessment to students online, it does provide all administration settings available such as selecting specific students, establishing calendared administration windows, settings, tools, and review options. This would be the best option if time and more careful though is required to prepare for an assessment.
To learn more about this option, visit Enable Assessment for Online Testing.
Selecting Test with Quick Code will generate an access code that when and if provided to students, they can enter and begin the assessment. The starting point is through a unique web address to the assessment as shown above, or at illuminate.online to enter the access code.
Need to add accommodations or online testing tools? Not a problem! Simply select Edit for the administration and additional settings, tools, and details can be edited. The only option you cannot edit are the students since the access code will only allow students who enter it to take the assessment.
Student Portal View
Students will confirm their student ID or username, the access code, and select Next to begin the assessment.
To learn more about Test with Quick Code, visit Use Quick Rostering for Online Testing.
Post to Google Classroom is an integration option to post Illuminate Assessments to a Teacher's Google Classroom Classwork for students to access in their Google Classroom account. Similar to a quick code, this pushes the assessment into the linked account for administration.
Student Portal View
Students would start the assessment through Google Classroom, using portal to take the assessment, but never to start in Portal. Results are available in both Google Classroom and Illuminate respectively, and if teacher-graded items are part of the assessment, the scores can be reviewed when available and complete.
Start enabling testing tools in your assessment by visiting Online Testing for Teachers!