In this video, learn about ways to assess the effectiveness of an elearning course through the use of quizzing and remediation. Plus, learn about the importance of scoring and reporting.
- [Instructor] To measure the effectiveness…of your elearning project, you'll want to asses…whether your learners have understood and retained…the knowledge you're trying to pass on.…In Captivate, this is typically done through quizzing.…And in Captivate 2017, you'll find a number of features…to ensure your quizzes are accomplishing…their intended goals.…In this chapter, we'll be creating a quiz…that will help us to determine…if our learners truly comprehend what they've learned.…Before we tackle the creation phase,…let's get some basic understanding about quizzes first.…
A quiz is basically a series of questions…and Captivate 2017 offers a number…of different question types like true or false…and multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank,…and short answer, as well as matching sequence,…rating scale, and random questions.…We'll be exploring these different question types…in greater detail later in this chapter,…but it's important to know Captivate is very flexible…in how you get your answers.…To help your learners with areas…
- What is Captivate 2017?
- Touring the Captivate 2017 interface
- Building a project
- Using assets and interactions
- Adding animation
- Adding and programming buttons
- Adding audio and video
- Using voiceovers
- Elearning assessment basics
- Setting up a quiz
- Publishing your project
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Get Started
2. Build a Project
3. Use Assets and Interactions
4. Work with Media
5. Assess Elearning
6. Publish Your Project
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