Our solution gave students the opportunity to test themselves through another effective method of recall. The final solution of the question bank allowed users to:
1. Customize quiz content
Create a quiz
A user can toggle Tutor, which contains SketchyMode, courses, and question types in the filter bar. Once the user has selected a course (micro, pharm, or path), the Units content will update with the appropriate videos and available questions.
View an updated list of topics in "My Quiz"
As a user selects topics that they'd like to include in his or her custom quiz, the "My Quiz" module will update immediately. Videos are categorized by the course type and unit within that course. At the bottom, a user can view the total number of questions available and customizations.
2. Eliminate options and view rationale
Taking a quiz in "Tutor Mode"
Tutor mode allows users to submit a selected option for grading or omit the question. Users are also able to view SketchyMode on the right hand side, which is a panel that shows related artwork in the SketchyMedical universe.
Connecting concepts in SketchyMedical
Once a user submits an answer for grading, rationales for each option are shown below, including reasons why choices are correct or incorrect. Underlined terms in the rationale are connected to symbols in artwork across available courses in SketchyMedical.
3. View history and results
History of all quizzes
"Quiz History" records all quizzes that have ever been created. A user can filter quizzes by status (incomplete or complete) or look up a specific Quiz ID. Completed quizzes have scores, with the option to review questions, view results, or retake the same quiz.
Review quiz results
If a quiz is completed, a user has the option of viewing its results. This record shows a detailed breakdown of each quiz question, including grade, ID, origin, time spent on the question, and whether it was marked.