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December 16, 2011

Keep Your Knowledge Check Questions Simple!

Imagine you are taking an eLearning course and bump into a knowledge check question. You read through the question stem and options and find it difficult to answer the question. Somehow you make a selection and get a feedback “Sorry, that’s incorrect! Try again.”

You don’t feel good about it as you can’t figure out what went wrong. You attempt to answer the question again but this time around you don’t even bother to read the options and click on any option randomly and keep repeating it till you get it correct.

Disheartening, isn’t it? Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh6:32 PM Permalink
July 22, 2011

Adding Sequential Failure Feedback for Your Questions with Adobe Captivate

You are creating an assessment and you want to allow two or more attempts to answer the question correctly. For each attempt, you want to provide some hint in the form of feedback to direct the learner to the correct response.

This can be easily done with Adobe Captivate 5/5.5 using the Failure Levels option for the question slide. With this option, you can Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh11:30 PM Permalink
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