32-050 Video task


With the course element Video task, video learning resources can be reused for interactive (formative) exercises or tasks with assessments (summative). Participants must identify relevant situations ("teachable moment") in a video and assign them to a category.

For more information on configuring the Video learning resource, see HelpCard 32-020 Learning resource Video

Important steps

  1. Open your course via Authoring
  2. Click onto Administration and then onto Course editor. The Course editor opens up.
  3. Choose Insert course elements in the upper left-hand corner and under Assessment, choose the course element Video task. The Course element has been added to the course structure and can (if necessary) be moved to a different place via Drag&Drop. Alternatively it is possible to add course elements with the Quick-Add function in the yellow-lined menu on top of the course: Insert the name of the course element into the Quick-Add bar and push the Enter button.
  4. Fill in the title shown in the course structure under Title in the tab Title and description and, if desired, fill in the Description. Click onto Insert additional information to add Objectives, instructions or instructions for the coach. In Addition to this, you can Set a link for this course element by clicking onto the blue text and copying the predefined link. Save your changes.
  5. In the tabs Visibility and Access or Learning path you can, if desired, regulate the visibility and the access to the course elements:
    • If your course is a Conventional course, you will find more detailed information in HelpCard 10-030.
    • If your course is a Learning path course, you will find more detailed information in HelpCard 10-031.
  6. In the tab Layout you can change the layout of course elements. You can add background images to course elements or change the font colour. How to do this you will find in HelpCard 10-033.
  7. In the tab Configuration, you can either select a video learning resource from Authoring or import a new one.
  8. Display video elements: The selected elements are taken from the respective learning resource.
    • Annotations
    • Segments
    • Comments
    • Quiz
  9. Modes:
    • Practice: Assign terms. In this mode you must correctly assign terms (categories) to the respective video segments.
    • Practice: Identify situations. In this mode the participants must identify situations in which the corresponding category occurs.
    • Test: Identify situations. The same mode as the previous one, but assessable.
  10. Options:
    • Limit the number of attempts: Select here whether to limit the number of solution attempts.
    • Number of answer attemps per segment: Choose the number of answer attempts per segment from 1 to 5. This option is only available in mode Practice: Assign terms.
    • Save your changes.
  11. If you have chosen the Test: Identify situations mode, you can grant a score, pass/fail and grade in the Assessment tab.
  12. The score is calculated by the following formula:
    • t: total number of segments
    • c: number of correctly identified segments
    • w: wrong answers
    • g: weighting of wrong answers that can be changed with the option Weighting wrong answer.
    • m: Maximum score
    • Score = m * (c / t - w / t * g)
  13. Reminders tab: More information on the Reminders tab can be found in HelpCard 20-090.
  14. Click the red X in the upper right corner to close the course editor. To publish the change, select Yes, automatically (for details on publishing, see HelpCard 10-020). In the course view that opens, all changes have now been applied.
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