Learn how to add a true/false question to your ebook with Kotobee Author.
A True/False Question is a statement that the reader evaluates as true or false. You may change the labels True and False to anything else. For example: Subjective vs. Objective or Plant Cell vs. Animal Cell.
- Enter a Title for the questions. This title will appear as the heading for the questions module.
- Select how the users receive the answers. Response:
- Score only: Displays a score for the user after the answers are submitted.
- Score and answer report: Displays a detailed score report showing the correct and incorrect answers.
- Do nothing: Neither scores, nor answers are given.
- Add image: Displays an image as part of the question.
- Add answer explanation: Displays further information/explanation after the questions are submitted. The explanation will appear in both cases: whether the question is answered correctly or incorrectly and will appear under the answer choices.
- Add reference: Guide the user to an external source through a "Learn more" button. This will appear right below the explanation (explained above) once the user's answers have been submitted.
- Score weight: You can assign different weights for different questions in Kotobee Author. The default weight is 1. If all questions have the same score weight, this makes all the questions equal in terms of importance. In general, more important questions should receive higher score weights.
- Click on Create finalizes the questions portion.
Sometimes you may want to use different labels than True/False, such as Right/Wrong, or Correct/Incorrect, etc. This is supported in Kotobee Author. When adding a True/False question, click on the dropdown list with the answers (set to False by default), and select Edit choices. You will be able to modify the labels here. Click on the check button to apply the changes.