Feedback allows you to survey your students. Feedback surveys can be anonymous or not, can allow for a single response or multiple responses (from anonymous users), and can either display the results to students or remain private. Question types include Short Text Answer, Longer Text Answer, Multiple Choice, and Numeric Answer.
It is very similar to another activity called Questionnaire. The main difference is that with Questionnaire you can have the system automatically award points to students for taking the survey, while Feedback is completely ungraded. For more information, please see our help guide on Questionnaire.
Click on the Create Learning Activity link at the bottom of the section/topic in which you would like the Feedback to appear.
Click on the Feedback icon.
Give this survey a Name and Description.
On the right side there are sections of settings that allow you to adjust various choices about how the survey will work.
Allows you to set open and close dates and times for the survey.
When finished, click Save & Display.
Use the Edit Questions tab to add and edit questions.
Choose the desired question type from the "Add question" dropdown.
Use to insert a page break within a survey.
This is not a question, but allows you to enter text to be displayed to users. This can be used to introduce a series of questions, provide instructions, etc.
Allows a student to enter text (longer than a word or phrase).
Allows a student to either select one option from a list, or multiple options from a list.
Similar to Mutliple Choice, but assigns a numerical value to each answer option. An average of the responses is calculated and displayed along with the graphical analysis of the question.
Allows a student to enter a number within a set range. An average of the responses is calculated and displayed in the analysis of the question.
Allows a student to enter a small amount of text (word or short phrase).
Click the Analysis tab to view a graphical summary of the results of each question.
Click the Show Responses tab to view each individual response to the survey.