How do I complete Reviews in Odigia?

Assessments for each concept are located under the Reviews tab. There are three different categories of reviews available in Odigia: Practice, Quiz, and Test.

You must complete all questions in the review tabs to mark the concept as complete. The Course Outline and the Progress Map panels will also help you keep track of which reviews you have already complete, and still need to complete.

  • When a review category is completed, the icons in your Progress Map and Course Outline will turn green.
  • When all items are complete, the set and concept icons will turn green.
  • If no questions are available in a concept, you can mark the concept as complete--if reading review checkboxes are turned on for your course. A message and checkbox confirming you have read the content will appear.

The Course Progress Map will also help you keep track of which reviews you have already complete, and still need to complete.

Note:

You will only see the review category tabs if questions are available.

 

Practice

Practice reviews allow students to check their understanding of the reading in a low-stakes environment, before attempting the graded assessments located under the Quiz and Test tabs. Instructors may choose to assign a participation grade to encourage the completion of Practice reviews, so be sure to check your syllabus.

Practice questions will show one at a time. You can easily navigate through the review questions in a concept with the arrow buttons located above the question.

The number count located to the left of the arrow buttons will display how many questions are in a concept. You do not need to answer questions in order, but you will need to answer all questions in order for the concept to be marked as complete.

You are allowed a limited number of chances to select the correct answer for review questions. The number of tries allowed for each question is shown in the upper right corner of the question box.

To submit your answers, click the "Submit" button below the question. This allows you to work through your answer before receiving feedback.

When you exhaust all tries or correctly answer a practice question, you will be able to study this question in the All Reviews tab.

Click the course title to return to the Course Outline, you will see the All Reviews tab because you are not in a selected set or concept. The All Reviews tab is ideal for exam preparation, as it shows review questions you have already completed.

Note:

Review questions answered under the All Reviews tab are not graded. You can answer these questions as many times as you like.

 

  • The All Reviews tab shows attempted practice questions from the entire course.
  • Select the incorrect tab to only review questions you have gotten incorrect, or select the all tab review all questions you have attempted.
  • Turn off the random button to review questions in chronological order.

 

Quiz

Quizzes are a type of graded review used to test your knowledge of course content.

Unlike practice questions, all quiz questions in a concept appear on one page. You may answer quiz questions in any order, but each question must be answered before you can submit your quiz. Quiz questions can only be attempted once, and any wrong answers will affect your grade.

If a quiz must be completed by a certain date, a due date will be listed above the quiz title. Due dates will also be listed under the specific concept on the Course Outline.

When viewing a concept, you can click on the Progress Map to expand a panel that shows you what is needed to complete the concept and if due dates are assigned to any item.

Note:

If you attempt to leave the page before submitting your quiz, your work will be lost. You will have to answer all questions again when you return to the quiz.

 

Test

Tests are graded reviews designed to show you have mastered the concepts covered in the reading.

Questions under the Test tab appear on one page. You may answer test questions in any order, but each question must be answered before you can submit your test. You only have one attempt to answer each test question.

If a test has a due date, the date will be listed above the quiz title. Due dates will also be shown under the specific concept on the COURSE OUTLINE.

Note:

If you attempt to leave the page before submitting your test, your work will be lost. You will have to answer all questions again when you return to the test.

 

Your teacher may choose to make a file available to students after submitting a test (lab manual or additional assignment). This is represented with a lab beaker icon on the Course Outline and Progress Map panels. Once you submit the test, you will see a file download link located below the submission time stamp.

When on the Course Outline, you can see when which reviews are required to complete each concept by expanding a specific set.

 

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