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Respondus 4 - Publish a quiz into Canvas or D2L with the Publish Wizard

This article demonstrates how to use the Respondus 4 Publish Wizard too import quizzes directly into Canvas or D2L.

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Using the Publish Wizard

  1. Open the Respondus 4 desktop application.
  2. On the Respondus 4 homepage, select Open and choose the quiz file to publish into Canvas or D2L.

    This image highlights the file browser when opening a file in Respondus 4.
    Note: Make sure the Current Personality in Respondus 4 is set to the Learning Management System (LMS) in use. Select Canvas or D2L from the Personality drop-down menu. 
  3. Once the quiz file has been opened, navigate to the Preview & Publish tab at the top of the Respondus 4 application.

    This image highlights the Preview & Publish tab, the Publish to Canvas tab, and the Publish Wizard button.

  4. On the left side of the application, select Publish to Canvas or Publish to D2L and click on the Publish Wizard button.
  5. In the Publish Wizard pop-up, determine if the exam should be published to a single course or to multiple courses.

    This image shows the Publish Wizard pop-up screen.

  6. From the Canvas Server or D2L Server drop-down menu, select add new server. In the pop-up, select the radio button Yes, check for preconfigured server settings and click Next.

    This image shows the the Server Settings pop-up in Respondus and highlights the button for preconfigured settings.

  7. In the text-box, enter a name for the Canvas or D2L server (i.e UWM Canvas Server).
  8. Under login information, enter a UWM Email address.
    1. Note: DO NOT enter a password, type in any random character into the text-box.
    2. Click the checkbox under the login to save the login information for future use.
  9. Select the radio button Run connection test to make sure Respondus 4 can communicate with the Canvas or D2L course and select Next.

    This image shows the Name text-box for the server, the login information text-box, and connection test options.

  10. In the pop-up window, choose UW-Milwaukee from the drop-down menu and select Go.

    This image shows the authorization pop-up windown and highlights the institution drop-down menu and the Go button.

  11. In the next window, login with a UWM ePanther ID and password and select Login.
  12. In the following window, select Authorize to allow Respondus 4 to access the Canvas or D2L account.

    This image shows the Canvas message from Respondus 4 asking for authorization to access the account. It highlights the Authorize button.

  13. Select Finish once Respondus 4 has confirmed a connection to the Canvas or D2L server.
  14. In the next pop-up window, select either Graded Quiz or Question Bank.
  15. Specify if Respondus 4 should Create a new quiz and name it in the following text-box, or Replace an existing quiz in the course.
  16. Apply any other options available and select Next.

    This image shows the assessment type options for Graded Quiz and Question Bank and highlights Graded Quiz. It shows the Create text-box and Replace options with the Create button and text-box highlighted and also displays the Other Options available.

  17. Choose which course to export the quiz into and select Next.

    This image shows the pop-up window for choosing which course to publish into. It highlights the way that courses are displayed in Respondus.

  18. Respondus 4 has a prompt when the quiz has been published successfully. Once completed, select Finish.

    This image shows what the final Respondus pop-up window looks like when the quiz has been successfully published and highlights the Finish button.

Keywords:respondus 4 canvas instructure d2l quiz import publish wizard   Doc ID:83576
Owner:Benjamin G.Group:UW-Milwaukee Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Created:2018-07-11 14:05 CDTUpdated:2018-07-16 12:52 CDT
Sites:UW-Milwaukee Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
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