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Pearson Test Banks

Pearson Test Banks – step-by-step tutorial pdf file

You must have a Pearson account.
Directions
1. Log into Pearson Higher Education (https://catalogue.pearsoned.ca/pearsonhigheredca/educator/catalog/index.page?null)

Log into Pearson Higher Education

 

2. Type in the ISBN and click search. NOTE: You may have to use the Browse by Discipline to find your book.

Type in the ISBN and click search. NOTE: You may have to use the Browse by Discipline to find your book.

 

3. Click either the Resources tab or Download Resources.

Click either the Resources tab or Download Resources.

 

4. Click the TestGen Testbank File (Zip) to download the file. NOTE: If you do not have TestGen loaded on your computer, you will need to download it.

4. Click the TestGen Testbank File (Zip) to download the file. NOTE: If you do not have TestGen loaded on your computer, you will need to download it.

 

5. Click I accept, proceed with download

Click I accept, proceed with download

 

6. Click Save file and OK. NOTE: If you are not asked to save your file, it will automatically save to your downloads folder.

Click Save file and OK

 

7. Type a file name (or leave file name as is) and click Save

Type a file name (or leave file name as is) and click Save

 

8. Extract the TestBank Zipped file to get to the TestGen test. Right Click on the file name.

Extract the TestBank Zipped file to get to the TestGen test. Right Click on the file name.

 

9. Click OK on the Security window

Click OK on the Security window

 

10. Click Extract All….

Click Extract All….

 

11. Click Browse and put the TestGen file to a new folder and then click Extract

Browse and put the TestGen file to a new folder and then click Extract

 

TestGen file

 

Remember where you put your file. We will open it in TestGen.

Click here for instructions on how to create TestGen tests.

 

Save

Save

Sours: https://www.starkstate.edu/eFaculty/tutorials/adding-content/graded-content/testsquizzes/pearson-test-banks/

Learn about Test banks

What is a Test bank?
What does a Test bank look like?
What are the benefits of Test banks?
In which software format are Test banks delivered?
Why are there different versions of Test banks?
Which version should a lecturer use?
How does a lecturer obtain a Test bank?

A Test bank is a ready-made electronic testing resource that can be customized by lecturers for their teaching.

Written by an OUP author, it is tailored to the contents of an individual textbook. Feedback is often provided on answers given by students, containing page references to the book.

Questions can be any of the following types:

? Multiple choice

? Multiple response

? True/false

? Fill in the blank

? Matching

? Essay/short answer

Test banks are available in a number of software formats to cater for a wide range of users, and are password-protected to ensure that only lecturers gain access.



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The following screenshot shows an example of a Test bank created using Questionmark Perception software.

Questionmark screenshot



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? They are provided via an institution's preferred system

? Students do not need to leave the institution's network

? Lecturers save time creating assessments, as the Test banks are all ready-made, with questions and answers (most with feedback) already written by OUP authors

? Lecturers can customize every part of each assessment to meet their teaching requirements

? Feedback can contain page references to relevant information in the textbook so students can learn as they do (formative) assessments

? Feedback can be turned off to enable summative assessment

? Lecturers save time marking each assessment

? Lecturers can integrate the assessments with their own assessment tools e.g. student tracking and grade books to monitor grades



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Respondus is a software tool for creating assessment questions and importing them directly into a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), such as Blackboard, Web CT, and Moodle. All OUP Test banks are available to download as Respondus files via the Respondus Test bank network and instructions for obtaining these can be found on the individual Online Resource Centre. Once the questions are in Respondus they can be customized before importing to a VLE. They can also be printed to paper.

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Some OUP Test banks are available to download as a "Qpack" directly into an institution's Questionmark Perception software. This is an assessment package which allows instructors both to create assessments and also administer them electronically. If you require a test bank in this format please contact us at: [email protected], and we will endeavour to meet your needs.

All OUP Test banks are also available in Word format, which does not offer the same functionality as assessment software, such as Respondus, but enables institutions which do not have the relevant software/systems set up to make use of the questions and print them out.

All OUP Test banks are also available as QTI XML, which is useful if your institution uses another type of assessment software not mentioned above that conforms to international standards. QTI stands for Question and Test Interoperability and is the international standard associated with Test banks, allowing for interoperability between different types of assessment software. Lecturers may need to consult their ICT support person/e-learning co-ordinator for advice.



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Despite some international standards aimed to facilitate the importing and exporting of assessments between systems, each system tends to recognize and organize Test banks differently. In order to minimise the amount of tweaking a lecturer may have to do when importing a Test bank, OUP provides Test bank files in all of the most popular assessment software formats, as outlined above.



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Lecturers should know whether their institution has Respondus, any other type of assessment software, or a VLE. If not, they should refer to their ICT support person/e-learning co-ordinator for advice.

If an institution has a VLE, while a Test bank will always be available to import to the VLE via Respondus, there may additionally be a VLE 'cartridge' available on the Online Resource Centre containing all the content for that textbook in a single file (for more information about VLE cartridges, see the 'Learn about VLE' page). If a VLE cartridge is available, we advise this should be used, as this will contain all the other resources for the textbook (including the Test bank files) in a format that corresponds with their system.

It is still possible, of course, to use the Respondus files if a lecturer solely requires the Test bank.



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Any lecturer adopting a textbook is eligible for access to the password-protected lecturer area of an Online Resource Centre, and this includes any Test bank content.

Lecturers should register for access on the textbook's Online Resource Centre. All password applications are checked and, once positively verified, are activated within three working days. Once registered and provided with a password, the lecturer should go back to the textbook's Online Resource Centre. Then:

? Click on the 'Test bank' link in the left-hand navigation bar, or in the body of the page

? Click on the appropriate version of the Test bank and follow the specific instructions to download it to your computer (this should only take a few minutes)

? You can now upload the Test bank. Please see 'Importing and customizing Test banks' for a step-by-step guide to specific systems.




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Sours: http://global.oup.com/uk/orc/learntestbanks/
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Cengage Test Banks

Cengage Test Banks – step-by-step tutorial pdf file

You must have a Cengage account.

Directions
1. Log into Cengage.com. Sign in or get a new account. (https://login.cengage.com/cb/login.htm)

Log into Cengage.com. Sign in or get a new account.

 

2. Type in the ISBN and click search.

Type in the ISBN and click search.

 

3. When you locate your book, click Instructor Companion Site.

When you locate your book, click Instructor Companion Site.

4. The best option is Blackboard 9x. If you do not see it, you can select ExamView or TestGen.

The best option is Blackboard 9x. If you do not see it, you can select ExamView or TestGen.

5. Click the zip file to download it.

Click the zip file to download it.

 

6. Click Save file and OK. NOTE: If you are not asked where to save the file, it will be automatically saved to your Downloads folder.

Click Save file and OK

 

7. Type a file name (or leave file name as is) and click Save

Type a file name (or leave file name as is) and click Save

Remember where you put your file. We will open it in ExamView.

Click here for instructions on how to create ExamView Tests

Save

Sours: https://www.starkstate.edu/eFaculty/tutorials/adding-content/graded-content/testsquizzes/cengage-test-banks/

Test Banks

Use the Test Bank feature to reuse test, quiz, and exam questions you have already created somewhere in your course in later assessments. For example, if you created a series of pre-test exercises and wanted to reuse some of those questions for a mid-term exam, you do not have to retype those questions into the system. Instead, you can use the Test Bank feature to recycle those questions.

For example, if you decide to delete an exam but do not want to lose the questions that you created for the exam, go to the Test Bank page and manually move all the questions into the test bank. Later, you can reuse some or all of these questions for use in another exam.

Use these procedures to:

To locate test bank questions:

  1. In the navigation tree, click the Author tab.
  2. In the navigation tree, click on the exam item to which you want to add existing assessment questions. This can be an existing exam, or it can be a new exam.
  3. Click Test Banks.
  4. In the List questions from box, select the exam, or quiz, etc., from which you would like to reuse questions. You can select a specific exam, or you can select All Questions to see every exam question currently in your course for the selected question type. If you like, you can see questions that are not currently in use.
  5. In the of type field, select the question type you would like to see.
  6. Click Search. All questions meeting your search specifications are listed. You can now either copy or move any of these questions to another exam.

To add or move test bank questions to another exam:

  1. In the navigation tree, click the Author tab.
  2. In the navigation tree, click on the Exam item to which you want to add or move assessment questions.
  3. Click Test Banks. All exams, assessments, quizzes, tests, etc. that you have created in the course display in the List questions from display box.
  4. Select the check box beside the questions you want to move or copy to the new location.
  5.  In the drop-down list provided, select one of the following:
    • Copy - Copies the question to the new exam. The question is added to the last page of the exam. You can reorder exam questions from within the exam.
    • Move - Moves the question to the new exam. The question is removed from the previous exam. If students have already taken an exam, questions cannot be removed from that exam.
  6. Use the other drop-down list to select a destination for the selected questions. Choose from all your course's exams, assessments, and such, or choose questions not in use.
  7. If you decide to delete an exam but do not want to lose all the questions created for it, go to the Test Bank page and manually move all the questions in the exam to the Questions Not in Use category. Then, you can filter by Questions Not in Use to pull some or all of these questions for another exam.

  8. Click Go.  

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