Students' answers to Kaltura in-video quiz questions are visible in the analytics of the entry. This article tells you how to find and interpret them.
These instructions apply to all Kaltura users (instructors, students, and staff), since everyone is able to create in-video quizzes.
Things to keep in mind:
Once here, in addition to the ability to view basic video analytics, there are two different ways you can look at students' quiz submissions: by question (the "Quiz Questions" tab) or by student (the "Quiz Users" tab).
The "Quiz Questions" tab shows a list of all the questions you created in your Kaltura Video Quiz. If you click any of the questions, you'll see all the responses to the question, sorted by students' first names. You can download student responses to each question within each question's section as a CSV file, which you can open with Microsoft Excel. Green or red thumbs-up and thumbs-down icons allow for easy scanning to which students answered correctly or incorrectly.
The "Export to CSV" button at the top of the "quiz questions" tab downloads a document to your computer that lists each question, how many students answered it correctly or incorrectly, and the total percentage of correct answers. The way to see students' answers to the individual questions is to download the CSV within each question's section.
The "Quiz Users" tab presents a list of all the students who took the quiz. Clicking on any of the names will reveal both the question asked as well as the user's answer. Green or red thumbs-up and thumbs-down icons allow for easy scanning to see whether students answered correctly or incorrectly.
There are several other pieces of information for each user:
The "Export to CSV" button at the top of the "quiz users" tab downloads a document to your computer that lists each student, whether they got the particular question correct, and their specific response. To see all responses from a student, download the CSV within their individual section.