Enter your question and text in the input field. You have two options to add gaps:
You can edit a gap by clicking on the gap iconin the text entry interaction. An additional area for editing the gap opens below the text entry interaction field. The editing area also opens when you create a new gap.
Define at least one gap for a text entry interaction in which the participant can enter an answer.
If you remove all the gaps of your task, the task is no longer valid. In this case, the task cannot be saved and a corresponding note is displayed.
Define the correct solution for the gap. In the solution view and in the results view, this value is shown to the learner as a hint (optional).
In this area, you can specify alternative solution options. Separate multiple options by a comma or line break.
If the answer contains a comma, a backslash needs to be inserted before the comma. (Example: "red\, green\, blue")
Alternative solutions are also assessed as correct, and the learner will receive the total score for this gap. If an alternative solution is entered, the learner will be displayed the correct solution in the form of a hint (optional).
If the learner has entered an incorrect solution, which corresponds more closely to an alternative than to the correct solution, the alternative will be shown to the learner as a hint (optional).
Assign the points the learner receives when they have entered a correct solution. The total score of the task is derived from the sum of scores contained in the text entry interaction.
Currently, it is not possible to assign partial points to individual gaps, e.g. if the learner has "only" entered an alternative solution.
Enable this option to specify whether the correct solution is case sensitive and to inform the learner to be aware of the upper- and lower-case characters within their answers. The setting applies to the entire solution. If the option "case sensitive" is disabled, the entry "fichtelBerg" instead of "Fichtelberg" will be considered correct.
The fault tolerance indicates how many characters or letters, in relation to the correct solution or an alternative solution, may be incorrect.
A solution containing any number of errors within the fault tolerance is still assessed as correct, and the learner will receive the total score for the gap.
Each incorrect and missing character or letter is evaluated as an error. This also applies to typos. If a fault tolerance of 1 is defined for the answer "Pythagoras", the following applies:
A manual control of results is particularly recommended for all open task formats (including the task types text entry interaction and extended text interaction), regardless of the availability of automatic assessment. The ONYX Testsuite offers simple results views, which provide a quick overview of all submitted answers and their assessment.