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In this chapter, we're going to talk about managing our quiz results. When we build a quiz in Captivate, the objective usually isn't just to allow the learner to take a quiz and see how they did. We want to know after the fact whether or not they were able to do the assessment and get it right. In order to do that, we've got to connect the quiz to a learning management system. That learning management system may be something that you already own as part of your HR department. It may be something that you're looking to purchase to be used in your HR apartment, or if you're a smaller company or an individual you may be looking for a solution that doesn't involve a large IT infrastructure.
In all cases a learning management system is designed to capture results from assessments and then organize them in a way that makes it possible for you to analyze after the fact. When you're building your quiz in Captivate it's important to ensure that all of the quiz elements are properly identified. This will make it much easier for you to understand the results when you're looking at those results in your learning management system. If you have multiple quizzes that you're using, ensure that each one has a unique name.
Captivate will automatically call each quiz Quiz. This can get very confusing when you're looking at 17 quizzes called Quiz in the learning management system. Once you've got your quiz properly identified, then we can establish how we are going to report those results to the learning management system. We'll look at that in the next lesson.
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