- Captivate offers you a couple different levels…of control for your quizzes.…The first is at the Question Level.…For example, how many tries are you going…to give your user to answer an individual question?…How much feedback do you want to give them…once they've answered?…You also have control over the quiz as a whole.…For example, how many times can a user try your quiz?…And is the quiz required or not?…In this lesson, we'll look at the controls…at the Question Level.…So, in our Wisdom Pet's project,…I'm going to go down to slide 18,…which is a multiple choice question…and the first question in my quiz.…
Over on the right-hand side of the screen,…I'm gonna look in the QUIZ panel.…I'm gonna scroll down to the Actions area.…Let's look at some basic settings…for this individual question.…So, here at the top of the Actions area,…we see what happens when a user…answers this question correctly.…That's controlled by this On Success dropdown.…When the question's answered correctly,…the quiz is going to Continue.…Basically, we're gonna end up on the next question…
- Adding graded quiz questions
- Choosing behavior settings
- Negative scoring and partial scoring
- Adding and scoring knowledge checks
- Customizing quiz behavior
- Creating pretests and surveys
- Packaging results for an LMS
- Uploading to Moodle
Skill Level Intermediate
Captivate: Advanced Techniqueswith Anastasia McCune4h 33m Intermediate
Instructional Design: Storyboardingwith Daniel Brigham1h 14m Intermediate
1. Adding Questions and Choosing Settings
3. Customizing Quiz Behavior During a Quiz
4. Utilizing Further Quiz Features
5. Reporting Results
Where to go from here1m 32s
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