IF-AT is an innovative multiple-choice assessment tool that gives students immediate affirmation and/or corrective feedback on their knowledge, ensuring that a student’s last response is the correct one. It also allows instructors to give partial credit for proximate knowledge. IF-AT can be used for formative feedback and testing.
Find out more about IF-AT forms from the Center for Teaching & Assessment of Learning.
Another option for delivering quizzes during class is reThinQ for Canvas@UD. Features include answer-specific feedback and team scores that can be returned as a group grade to the Canvas gradebook. It allows randomizing every component, from answer sequence to question selection and order.
To discuss reThinQ in more detail, contact Becky Kinney, email@example.com.