Do you need to add a Google Doc to an Advanced Assessment? This article will show you how.
You can use Google Docs in an Advanced Assessment in two ways:
Embed the Google Doc into any question: the students will be able to access the Google Doc directly without having to exit the assessment. ❗ Please note - this method does not allow for copies to be made for each student. That can be done through a Rubric Assessment.
Add the Google Doc link into any question. This will allow the students to click on the link and be taken directly to their Google Drive, where they can access the document.
See below to learn more ⬇️
Embedding a Google Doc into an Advanced Assessment
You can embed a Google Doc or Slide into any question on an Advanced Assessment.
Step 1: While you are building the question, you will see a Source button on the toolbar. Select this button.
Step 2: Copy and paste the following link into the HTML Editor Tool :
<iframe height="700px" src="URL" window.screen.availWidth"></iframe>
Step 3: Add the URL of the Google Doc in place of the URL above.❗It is important that you adjust the sharing settings of the Google Doc so that students are able to open/edit the Doc.
➡️ Your Google Doc or Slide should now appear as part of the Advanced Assessment question!
Example Google Doc
Example Google Slide
Example Student view:
Add a Link to a Google Doc in an Advanced Assessment
You can add a link to a Google Doc or Slide into any question on an Advanced Assessment.
Step 1: While you are building the question, you will see a link icon on the toolbar. Highlight the text you'd like to link, then select this button.
Step 2: Copy and paste the link for the Google Doc into the URL field. Then select OK.
➡️ The link will now be live. The student will be able to click on the link while they are taking the assessment.