Video Quizzing in YuJa (Online Session)

Video Quizzing in YuJa (Online Session)

November 17, 2022, 12:30 PM

If students are not watching pre-recorded videos, an effective approach to encouraging them to watch (and pay attention) is to attach points to viewing. While putting Blackboard quizzes between short videos is a strategy that faculty have had success with, YuJa’s Video Quizzing lets you incorporate assessments directly into your videos. A student watching a YuJa video quiz will be prompted to respond to questions at instructor-set intervals. Video progress can be locked – preventing students from skimming past the quizzes – or left open. For close-ended questions (multiple choice, true/false, etc), video quiz scores are pushed directly to Blackboard. YuJa also allows for the creation of playback quizzes, giving students points based on the percentage of a video they have viewed.

In this session we will look at how to:

  • create both question- and playback-based video quizzes
  • add quizzes to a Blackboard course site
  • view student responses to open-ended questions on the Yuja Media Library
  • push grades from YuJa to Blackboard (necessary for quizzes with open-ended questions and playback quizzing)

This will be an online session. 


Registrations are closed for this event.