This article will explain how set up the Study for your users
What is the Study?
The Study is where your users can choose the questions they want to focus on and automatically be given questions they need to improve on. It will also clearly show their overall progress towards mastering the content they are studying.
Turning on the Study
To turn on the Study page for your users, go to the Pages tab of the Settings menu and select the Student user type.
Then select the Study and check the Enabled tick box
The Users Study Page
There are three different tabs on a students Study page. Working from right to left, the first is Available Items.
This is the page that you have influence over as you decide which Quizzes appear in a users Available Items list. You do this at the Collection Item level using the drop down menu for each Quiz.
In this first screenshot you can see the drop menu of the Australia Quiz gives the option to 'Disable Add to Study' which means that it is currently available for any users with access to this Collection to add to their Study.
NOTE: Long form questions will not be filtered into the Study. If you add a quiz that is wholly or partly Long Form Questions, the quiz will still be added to the Study but the number of questions will only show the number of MCQs.
The next screenshot shows that the drop down menu of the Airline Quiz gives the option to 'Enable Add to Study' which means it is currently unavailable in the users Study. The icon of a person with an 'x' next to them show's this at a glance as well.
If we look at the Available Items tab of the users Study page we can see that the Australia Quiz is displayed but the Airline Quiz isn't. From here the users can choose to add the available items to the Study Items tab by clicking the hat icon which will then turn blue.
On the Study Items page the user can see their progress on the specific tests and the total number of tests / questions they have in their Study.
The final tab is the Study Overview and this is where the users will actually take the questions. Users can choose which mastery level of questions they want to answer in these quizzes by clicking on the coloured boxes.
They can take a Self Practice quiz where they pick the number and type of questions. There is no limit on the number of times they can do this each day.
The other option is the Spaced Learning Quiz. Users can only take one Spaced Learning Quiz a day. These Quizzes are automatically populated with questions based on an algorithm to ensure users are retaining the information in the questions.
There is more information on how Spaced Learning works in this article - How Students can Use Spaced Learning