Selecting any of the reference types will allow your students to see some additional information while completing the assignment. (But not all of the reference types are available for every question). Most of the reference types are already selected for you, but you can deselect any you don’t want to allow.
The reference types are:
Question title- Students can see the title of each question so they can reference it when answering.
Point value- Students can see how many points the question is worth. Knowing how much the question is worth may provide more incentive to answer it correctly, or, if the assignment is homework or quiz, understand what concepts are important to study for the exam.
References- Students can see information related to each question to help put the question in context, such as which chapter and section of the book the question relates to, the learning objective, the question’s difficulty level and its point value. (Not every question has all of the references listed above.)
External links- If your course is a Chemistry, Physics, Math, Engineering or Astronomy course, this option allows your students to access links that may offer more information or examples.
Net calculator- The calculator’s three modes (calculate, graph and table) may be helpful or necessary to complete some Chemistry, Physics, Math, Engineering or Astronomy questions.