Not evaluated. A form allows candidates to fill in additional information during a test. The purpose is mainly to collect information relevant to the submission, like approvals for publication, statements about the content, information about the students, etc.
The Form question type is to be used as a questionnaire, enabling candidates to provide additional information (metadata) that the institution wants to collect.
1. Choose the question type Form.
2. Click at +Insert element at the top right of the editor
3. Add one or more of the question types (interaction elements) listed
The interaction elements that are added will work as form fields, that the candidate are to fill out or answer. This could be both free text elements, or predefined interactions like multiple choice, true / false, and so on.
In addition to interaction elements, you may add rich text, audio clips, pictures, table i.e, to the questionnaire.
Export of data and External identifiers
The data collected from the form may be exported to external systems.
Therefore each form element has an unique Identifier connected to it.
These are called External Identifiers, and is a string consisting of letters and numbers.
The system automatically generates a string for each interaction element. These can be edited if desired, but all the strings must be unique internally in the questionnaire.
These identifiers are not used for anything in Inspera and can be safely ignored if they are not to be used in an external system.