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koenr committed Apr 27, 2005
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<P align="center">
<B><?php echo get_string('itemanal', 'quiz') ?></B>
</P>
<P>
This table lists the responses to each question and the frequency of each response.
</P>
<UL>
<LI>The frequencies of <B>correct answers</B> are shown in <FONT color="red"><B>red text</B></FONT>.</LI>
<LI>The frequencies of <B>wrong answers</B> are shown in <FONT color="blue"><B>blue text</B></FONT>.</LI>
<LI>The frequencies of <B>ignored answers</B> are shown in <FONT color="brown"><B>brown text</B></FONT>.</LI>
<LI>The frequencies of <B>numeric data</B> are shown in <FONT color="green"><B>green text</B></FONT>.</LI>
</UL>
<p align="center"> <b><?php echo get_string('itemanal', 'quiz') ?></b></p><p> This table lists the responses to each question and the frequency of each response.</p><ul> <li>The frequencies of <b>correct answers</b> are shown in <font color="red"><b>red text</b></font>.</li> <li>The frequencies of <b>wrong answers</b> are shown in <font color="blue"><b>blue text</b></font>.</li> <li>The frequencies of <b>ignored answers</b> are shown in <font color="brown"><b>brown text</b></font>.</li> <li>The frequencies of <b>numeric data</b> are shown in <font color="green"><b>green text</b></font>.</li></ul>
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<P align="center">
<B>Force Moodle to use Moodle-compatible media players</B>
</P>
<DL>
<DT><B><?php print_string('no') ?></B></DT>
<DD>Moodle will not change the settings of any media players in the quiz</DD>
</DL>
<DL>
<DT><B><?php print_string('yes') ?></B></DT>
<DD>Moodle will force the quiz to use Moodle-compatible media players
<b>Force Moodle to use Moodle-compatible media players</b>
</p>
<dl>
<dt><b><?php print_string('no') ?></b></dt>
<dd>Moodle will not change the settings of any media players in the quiz</dd>
</dl>
<dl>
<dt><b><?php print_string('yes') ?></b></dt>
<dd>Moodle will force the quiz to use Moodle-compatible media players
to play the following types of file:
<UL><LI>avi</LI><LI>mpeg</LI><LI>mpg</LI><LI>mp3</LI><LI>mov</LI><LI>wmv</LI></UL></DD>
</DL>
<P>
<ul><li>avi</li><li>mpeg</li><li>mpg</li><li>mp3</li><li>mov</li><li>wmv</li></ul></dd>
</dl>
<p>
More information:
<A href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=mediaplayers.html">
Relative URLs, media players and Hot Potatoes</A>
</P>
<a href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=mediaplayers.html">
Relative URLs, media players and Hot Potatoes</a>
</p>
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<P><B>Hot Potatoes</B> (development)</P>
<UL>
<LI><A href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=analysistable.html">Analysis table</A></LI>
<LI><A href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=navigation.html">Navigation</A></LI>
<LI><A href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=outputformat.html">Format for output</A></LI>
<LI><A href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=reportselector.html">Selecting a report </A></LI>
<LI><A href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=responsestable.html">Table of responses</A></LI>
<LI><A href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=shownextquiz.html">Show next quiz?</A></LI>
<LI><A href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=forceplugins.html">Force media plugins</A></LI>
<LI><A href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=mediaplayers.html">Relative URLs, media players and Hot Potatoes</A></LI>
</UL>
<p><b>Hot Potatoes</b> (development)</p>

<ul>

<li><a href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=analysistable.html">Analysis table</a></li>

<li><a href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=navigation.html">Navigation</a></li>

<li><a href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=outputformat.html">Format for output</a></li>

<li><a href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=reportselector.html">Selecting a report </a></li>

<li><a href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=responsestable.html">Table of responses</a></li>

<li><a href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=shownextquiz.html">Show next quiz?</a></li>

<li><a href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=forceplugins.html">Force media plugins</a></li>

<li><a href="help.php?module=hotpotatoes&file=mediaplayers.html">Relative URLs, media players and Hot Potatoes</a></li>

</ul>
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<P align="center">
<B>Relative URLs, media players and Hot Potatoes</B></P>
<P><B>Definitions</B></P>
<DL>
<DT><I>URL</I></DT>
<DD>the address of an internet resource, such as a webpage, image or sound file.</DD>
<DT><I>absolute URL</I></DT>
<DD>a URL that begins with &quot;http://&quot; is called an absolute URL. Wherever it is used, it always refers to the same target resource.</DD>
<DT><I>relative URL</I></DT>
<DD>a URL that does not begin with &quot;http://&quot; is called a relative URL. It can be combined with the absolute URL of a &quot;base&quot; page, to get the absolute URL of the target resource.</DD>
</DL>
<P><B>Relative URLs in Hot Potatoes quizzes</B></P>
<P>Relative URLs are a convenient way to specify images, sounds and videos in a Hot Potatoes quiz, because they allow the quiz to be viewed and tested on a local PC, before being uploaded to a Moodle site. When the quiz is uploaded to the Moodle site, the multimedia files must also be uploaded, so that they are available when the quiz is administered via Moodle.</P>
<P>For security reasons, Moodle does not allow direct access to course files. All requests for files in a given course go through a guardian script which verfies that the person requesting the file is enrolled in the course. However, this mechanism can break relative links used in the quiz, because the normal rules for deriving an absolute URL from a relative URL do not work.</P>
<P>The solution is simple enough: <FONT color="red"><B>all relative URLs must be converted to absolute URLs </B></FONT> by the time the quiz reaches the browser. In the case of Hot Potatoes quizzes, the URLs will be converted by Moodle, so content creators do not have to bother with this tedious and error-prone task. </P>
<P><B>Media players in Hot Potatoes quizzes </B></P>
<P>Some media players will not accept the media file if it comes via the script which guards the course files. In this situation, it is necessary to replace the media player with one that is known to be compatible with Moodle. You can do this yourself by modifying the reference to the media player in the quiz, or you can force Moodle to do it by setting the &quot;Force media plugins&quot; option on the quiz's settings page to &quot;Yes&quot;.</P>
<P>&nbsp;</P>
<p align="center"> <b>Relative URLs, media players and Hot Potatoes</b></p><p><b>Definitions</b></p><dl> <dt><i>URL</i></dt> <dd>the address of an internet resource, such as a webpage, image or sound file.</dd> <dt><i>absolute URL</i></dt> <dd>a URL that begins with &quot;http://&quot; is called an absolute URL. Wherever it is used, it always refers to the same target resource.</dd> <dt><i>relative URL</i></dt> <dd>a URL that does not begin with &quot;http://&quot; is called a relative URL. It can be combined with the absolute URL of a &quot;base&quot; page, to get the absolute URL of the target resource.</dd></dl><p><b>Relative URLs in Hot Potatoes quizzes</b></p><p>Relative URLs are a convenient way to specify images, sounds and videos in a Hot Potatoes quiz, because they allow the quiz to be viewed and tested on a local PC, before being uploaded to a Moodle site. When the quiz is uploaded to the Moodle site, the multimedia files must also be uploaded, so that they are available when the quiz is administered via Moodle.</p><p>For security reasons, Moodle does not allow direct access to course files. All requests for files in a given course go through a guardian script which verfies that the person requesting the file is enrolled in the course. However, this mechanism can break relative links used in the quiz, because the normal rules for deriving an absolute URL from a relative URL do not work.</p><p>The solution is simple enough: <font color="red"><b>all relative URLs must be converted to absolute URLs </b></FONT> by the time the quiz reaches the browser. In the case of Hot Potatoes quizzes, the URLs will be converted by Moodle, so content creators do not have to bother with this tedious and error-prone task. </p><p><b>Media players in Hot Potatoes quizzes </b></p><p>Some media players will not accept the media file if it comes via the script which guards the course files. In this situation, it is necessary to replace the media player with one that is known to be compatible with Moodle. You can do this yourself by modifying the reference to the media player in the quiz, or you can force Moodle to do it by setting the &quot;Force media plugins&quot; option on the quiz's settings page to &quot;Yes&quot;.</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
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<P><IMG src="<?php echo $CFG->wwwroot?>/mod/hotpot/icon.gif" alt="" />&nbsp;<B>Hot Potatoes</B></P>
<P>
This module, the &quot;HotPot&quot; module, allows teachers to administer <A href="http://web.uvic.ca/hrd/halfbaked/" target="_blank">Hot Potatoes</A> quizzes via Moodle. The quizzes are created on the teacher's computer and then uploaded to the Moodle course. </P>
<P>After students have attempted the quizzes, a number of reports are available which show how individual questions were answered and some statistical trends in the scores. </P>
<p><img src="<?php echo $CFG->wwwroot?>/mod/hotpot/icon.gif" alt="" />&nbsp;<b>Hot Potatoes</b></p><p>This module, the &quot;HotPot&quot; module, allows teachers to administer <a href="http://web.uvic.ca/hrd/halfbaked/" target="_blank">Hot Potatoes</a> quizzes via Moodle. The quizzes are created on the teacher's computer and then uploaded to the Moodle course. </p><p>After students have attempted the quizzes, a number of reports are available which show how individual questions were answered and some statistical trends in the scores. </p>
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<P align="center">
<B>Navigation</B>
</P>
<P>
You can specify different navigation aids for a Hot Potatoes Quiz.
</P>
<DL>
<DT><B>Moodle navigation bar</B></DT>
<DD>
The standard Moodle navigation bar will be displayed in the same
window as the quiz at the top of the page.<BR>
</DD>

<DT><B>Moodle navigation frame</B></DT>
<DD>
The standard Moodle navigation bar will be displayed in a separate
frame at the top of the quiz.
</DD>

<DT><B>Embedded &lt;IFRAME&gt;</B></DT>
<DD>
The standard Moodle navigation bar will be displayed in the same
window as the quiz and the quiz will be embedded in an &lt;IFRAME&gt;.
</DD>

<DT><B>Hot Potatoes quiz buttons </B></DT>
<DD>
The quiz will be displayed with the navigation buttons, if any,
defined in the quiz.
</DD>

<DT><B>A single &quot;Give Up&quot; button</B></DT>
<DD>
The quiz will be displayed with a single &quot;Give Up&quot; button
at the top of the page.
</DD>

<DT><B>None</B></DT>
<DD>
The quiz will be displayed with no navigation aids. i.e. neither
a Moodle navigation bar nor any Hot Potatoes navigation buttons.

When all questions on the current quiz have been answered correctly,
Moodle will either return to the course page or display the next quiz,
depending on the setting of the &quot;Show next quiz?&quot; field
for the current quiz.
</DD>
</DL>
<p align="center"> <b>Navigation</b></p><p> You can specify different navigation aids for a Hot Potatoes Quiz.</p><dl> <dt><b>Moodle navigation bar</b></dt> <dd> The standard Moodle navigation bar will be displayed in the same window as the quiz at the top of the page.<br /> </dd> <dt><b>Moodle navigation frame</b></dt> <dd> The standard Moodle navigation bar will be displayed in a separate frame at the top of the quiz. </dd> <dt><b>Embedded &lt;IFRAME&gt;</b></dt> <dd> The standard Moodle navigation bar will be displayed in the same window as the quiz and the quiz will be embedded in an &lt;IFRAME&gt;. </dd> <dt><b>Hot Potatoes quiz buttons </b></dt> <dd> The quiz will be displayed with the navigation buttons, if any, defined in the quiz. </dd> <dt><b>A single &quot;Give Up&quot; button</b></dt> <dd> The quiz will be displayed with a single &quot;Give Up&quot; button at the top of the page. </dd> <dt><b>None</b></dt> <dd> The quiz will be displayed with no navigation aids. i.e. neither a Moodle navigation bar nor any Hot Potatoes navigation buttons. When all questions on the current quiz have been answered correctly, Moodle will either return to the course page or display the next quiz, depending on the setting of the &quot;Show next quiz?&quot; field for the current quiz. </dd></dl>
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<P align="center">
<B>Output Format</B>
</P>
<P>
You can specify different formats to display the quiz
</P>
<DL>
<DT><B>best</B></DT>
<DD>The quiz will be displayed in the best format for the browser.</DD>

<DT><B>v6+</B></DT>
<DD>The quiz will be displayed in a drag and drop format for v6+ browsers</DD>

<DT><B>v6</B></DT>
<DD>The quiz will be displayed in format for v6 browsers</DD>

<DT><B>v5</B></B></DT>
<DD>The quiz will be displayed in a format for v5 browsers</DD>

<DT><B>v4</B></DT>
<DD>The quiz will be displayed in a format for v4 browsers</DD>

<DT><B>v3</B></DT>
<DD>The quiz will be displayed in a format for v3 browsers</DD>

<DT><B>Flash</B></DT>
<DD>The quiz will be displayed in using Flash</DD>

<DT><B>mobile</B></DT>
<DD>
The quiz will be displayed in a format suitable for viewing on
small mobile devices such as cell phones
</DD>
</DL>
<p align="center"> <b>Output Format</b></p><p> You can specify different formats to display the quiz</p><dl> <dt><b>best</b></dt> <dd>The quiz will be displayed in the best format for the browser.</dd> <dt><b>v6+</b></dt> <dd>The quiz will be displayed in a drag and drop format for v6+ browsers</dd> <dt><b>v6</b></dt> <dd>The quiz will be displayed in format for v6 browsers</dd> <dt><b>v5</b></b></dt> <dd>The quiz will be displayed in a format for v5 browsers</dd> <dt><b>v4</b></dt> <dd>The quiz will be displayed in a format for v4 browsers</dd> <dt><b>v3</b></dt> <dd>The quiz will be displayed in a format for v3 browsers</dd> <dt><b>Flash</b></dt> <dd>The quiz will be displayed in using Flash</dd> <dt><b>mobile</b></dt> <dd> The quiz will be displayed in a format suitable for viewing on small mobile devices such as cell phones </dd></dl>

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