- When you build a quiz, you decide how many points…each question should be worth.…We're gonna look at two quick ways you can modify…how your questions can be scored.…The first is negative scoring where you can…take away points for incorrect answers.…In our wisdom pets project here…I'm gonna go to slide 18.…This is the first of eight question slides.…And looking in the Quiz panel over here on the right,…you can see that the user is allowed…only one attempt to get this question correct.…Now here near the top of the Quiz panel,…we can see that this question is worth 10 points.…
So those two settings are true…for the other seven questions as well.…Now just below Points, you can see that it says Penalty.…This is where you specify how many points…you want to take away for an incorrect answer.…So to keep this scenario super simplistic,…I'm gonna type in 10 here, for the Penalty.…And then I'm going to go through the rest of my questions…and put 10 as the Penalty for each of those as well.…So with our penalties set up,…
- 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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