Add AI-suggested questions to a course

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You can use our 360Learning AI engine to generate questions in a course, based on the text contents of your cheat sheets.

If you edit a cheat sheet, the list of suggested questions will update automatically (this might take up to 1 minute, depending on the length and complexity of the text).

The number of AI-suggested questions depends on the length of the text in the cheat sheet. The average is 5 questions per cheat sheet, and usually less than 10.

Activate AI-suggested questions on your platform

You can request access to the feature by clicking YES, PLEASE at the end of the popup presenting the feature, and enter your email in the form.

You can also contact your CSP to request manual activation.

Add AI-suggested questions

Once AI-suggested questions are activated, you can select them from the question creation interface in the edition screen of a course.

  1. At the top of the homepage, click Courses.
  2. Click on a course.
  3. In the left sidebar, below the list of existing activities, click Add a question.
  4. At the top, click the tab Suggested questions.
    • If the tab doesn’t appear, make sure the course language (in the gear cog.svg Course Settings at the top right) is set to English.
  5. On the left, click on a cheat sheet to display the related questions.
    • The questions are generated based on the text of the cheat sheet. Videos, images or files in the cheat sheet are not taken into account.
    • If there are no questions, make sure that field Content of the cheat sheet contains text in English, between 30 and 1,000 words, and does not include potentially sensitive topics.
  6. At the top of the list of questions, filter by Single Selection or Yes / No.
  7. Check the questions you want to add to the course (you can add a mix of single selection and yes / no questions).
  8. At the bottom right, click ADD N QUESTIONS  (N being the number of selected questions).

The questions are added directly under the related cheat sheet (first the Single Selection questions, then the Yes / No questions).

If you added Single Selection questions, you should add at least one more answer to make the question valid (the correct option is already added). Yes / No questions are automatically linked to their correct answer.

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