Join Anastasia McCune for an in-depth discussion in this video Using remediation, part of Captivate 9: Quizzes.
- If a user answers a question incorrectly…while taking a quiz you can use remediation…to allow them to jump back…to the appropriate part of the presentation,…hopefully figure out the answer, and then try again.…To check this out, we're going to be using…a trimmed down version of our Wisdom Pets Presentation…with the audio stripped out…just so there's not so much content to navigate through.…So we've got an intro slide, Cat Vaccinations.…A slide about Dog Vaccinations,…and then two quiz questions.…Let's preview this to see what it looks like.…
So I'll click begin, and the cat and the dog…vaccination slides go by kind of fast.…And again that's so we don't have…to sit and listen to the audio…that would normally accompany them and slow down the pace.…So we can answer one question,…and we can answer the second question.…And that's it.…So let's look at Slide 5, the second…of the two questions which is about…what vaccines you should give a cat.…
Now the correct answer is all of the above.…If the user gets this wrong, I'd like to take them…
- 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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