Export to Blackboard Format

 

First, export your test out of Examview into a Blackboard file format. Go to File, select Export, and choose Blackboard 7.1-9.0…
 

Choose a filename for the test you are exporting. This will be exported as a .zip file.  Below, I’ve given the filename “Quiz 1” and have chosen to save it to my Desktop.
 

On the next screen, you can enter the same filename into the Test Information Name and the Image Directory Name. Click OK and you will have a .zip file.
 

Import into Naiku

 

In Naiku, click on the ASSESSMENTS tab then click on Import. The import assessment screen is shown below.


Click on Choose File to select the .zip file that you saved. You can choose the Grade, the Subject, and enter Tags for the test. For example, if your test questions came from chapter 1 of your textbook, you may want to enter the tag “Chapter 1”. This will tag all of the questions on this test with the term “Chapter 1”.  You can enter more than one tag; just separate them by a comma (e.g., “Chapter 1, Laws of Motion”).
 

You can also choose to set the Sharing Level, Subject, and Tags for all the questions on the test. This will help you find these items later if you want to build a new test from these items. You can also align the items in this test to your local, state, or Common Core standards. If a standard does not exist for your items, you can choose “Uncategorized”.
 

Click on Start Import. You will see the file that is being imported and the progress. Go to the Assessments tab. You will see that the assessment has been imported when you see the name of the assessment you just imported.
 

Click on the assessment name to view the assessment. You can edit the assessment (e.g., change the assessment name, choose to ask for confidence, add instructions, etc.). Then assign the test to a class. ​
 

Voilà. You’ve just imported a test and a bunch of questions into Naiku!