Tim Slade demonstrates how to create a quiz lesson in Rise.
- [Instructor] So for the next lesson in my…KinetECO New Employee Orientation course,…I want to create a simple knowledge check quiz.…So let's start by creating a new lesson.…I'll scroll down to the bottom of my lessons…and in my example, I'll simply type Knowledge Check.…If you're following along, you're welcome to type…whatever you'd like for your own course.…Alright, let's go ahead and click the Add Content button…and select the option for Quiz…from the prebuilt lesson section.…So here we are in our quiz lesson.…To start, let's go ahead and add our description.…
I've already drafted a description for my course…so I'll go ahead and paste it here.…Again, if you're following along, feel free to type…your own unique description for your own course.…So how does a quiz lesson work?…Well here in the sidebar, we have a list of our…quiz questions and the order they will be…presented to our learners.…By default, you're given two quiz questions,…but you can always add more by clicking…the Add button down here at the bottom.…
- What is Rise?
- Making courses responsive for mobile devices
- Touring the Rise interface
- Creating a new Rise course
- Creating and managing lessons
- Customizing lessons
- Using blocks
- Customizing theme, navigation, and label settings
- Sharing and exporting your project
Skill Level Advanced
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1. Getting Started with Rise
2. Creating a Lesson
3. Customizing Lessons
4. Course Settings
5. Sharing and Exporting Your Project
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