Learning challenge summary
- Revisit the case study for ideas on writing up a mini copyright context.
- Consider the following multiple choice examples for ideas on what to avoid when compiling your MCQ questions (with the understanding that you may not know the answers that are specific to the respective copyright legalisation of the country concerned):
Optional support resources
- Writing good multiple choice questions
- 10 Rules For Writing Multiple Choice Questions
- Writing Multiple Choice Questions
- 7 Mistakes to avoid writing MCQs, published in Faculty Focus.
The purpose of this learning challenge is to demonstrate the application of your knowledge of copyright by developing two MCQ questions based on a context you describe in your own country. The activity is inspired by the quotation attributed to Yogi Bhajan:”“If you want to learn something, read about it. If you want to understand something, write about it. If you want to master something, teach it.”
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