Assignments - Adding Questions from Another Assignment

How to Add Existing Questions to an Assignment

1.From the Assignment Editor, click on +Add Existing Question.


 
2. You can choose to add questions from My Questions, the Question Bank, or from an Assignment. Once you've checkboxed the question(s) you'd like to add, click on Add Selected Questions.


3. If you select the Assignments tab, you will be able to choose to add the questions from an entire assignment from My Assignments or from the Assignment Library. 




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