- Branch aware quizzing is an option…that's been around since Captivate 6.…What it allows you to do is break…quiz questions into paths or branches.…The final score on the quiz is calculated…based only on the questions…in the branch that users have viewed.…We're going to look at two examples…of branch aware quizzing.…This first example is pretty simple.…We have a file here that has eight questions in it.…Here's the first on on slide one.…You can see here in the quiz panel…that it is worth ten points,…and that's true for all eight questions.…
They're each worth 10 points.…The quiz results slide is the last slide…in the film strip on slide 10.…I'm also requiring a 100% score to pass the quiz.…Here's how we're going to break this into two branches.…You can see that we have "go to easy quiz"…and "go to hard quiz."…The first four questions will be one branch,…the easy questions, and then the last four questions…will be the second branch of hard questions.…And of course, the user can choose either.…Here on our introduction slide, let's get this 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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