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ADOBE CAPTIVATE: Make Your Software Simulations Scorable

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The Assessment recording mode in Adobe Captivate creates a step-by-step software simulation that is intended to function as a test. It is part of the three-part formal software lesson: Demo, then Training (practice), then Assessment (test). But if you actually put a Quiz Results slide at the end of your Assessment and try out your test, you’ll find that you get 100% every time! Make sure you have set all of your click boxes to be included in quiz.

ADOBE CAPTIVATE: Make Software Simulations Scorable

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

The Assessment recording mode in Adobe Captivate creates a step-by-step software simulation that is intended to function as a test. It is part of the three-part formal software lesson: Demo, then Training (practice), then Assessment (test). But if you actually put a Quiz Results slide at the end of your Assessment and try out your test, you’ll find that you get 100% every time!     Still on the Actions tab, in the Reporting section, select Include in Quiz.

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ADOBE CAPTIVATE: Make Software Simulations Scorable

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

The Assessment recording mode in Adobe Captivate creates a step-by-step software simulation that is intended to function as a test. It is part of the three-part formal software lesson: Demo, then Training (practice), then Assessment (test). But if you actually put a Quiz Results slide at the end of your Assessment and try out your test, you’ll find that you get 100% every time!     Still on the Actions tab, in the Reporting section, select Include in Quiz.

ADOBE CAPTIVATE: Make Your Software Simulations Scorable

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

The Assessment recording mode in Adobe Captivate creates a step-by-step software simulation that is intended to function as a test. It is part of the three-part formal software lesson: Demo, then Training (practice), then Assessment (test). But if you actually put a Quiz Results slide at the end of your Assessment and try out your test, you’ll find that you get 100% every time! Make sure you have set all of your click boxes to be included in quiz.

ADOBE CAPTIVATE: Make Your Software Simulations Scorable

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

The Assessment recording mode in Adobe Captivate creates a step-by-step software simulation that is intended to function as a test. It is part of the three-part formal software lesson: Demo, then Training (practice), then Assessment (test). But if you actually put a Quiz Results slide at the end of your Assessment and try out your test, you’ll find that you get 100% every time! Make sure you have set all of your click boxes to be included in quiz.

TEACHING LIVE, ONLINE CLASSES: Engagement Is Not Enough

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

  In computer training—training that teaches people how to use software, websites, apps, or online forms—we have known since the 1980s that hands-on training is essential. The experiment was run: merely demonstrate how the software works? Here are some methods to try:   Have the students work along with you as you complete a software activity—they are applying hands-on effort. The learners apply effort in trying to answer the quiz questions.

5 E-Learning Authoring Tools

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The content used for teaching is different: it can be a textbook or a presentation, quiz, video lecture, software simulation, game, etc. The key point of this article is to help you build your perfect authoring toolbox based on your needs. Shared. This work is not just another brief feature comparison. Read more ». e-Learning

TEACHING LIVE, ONLINE CLASSES: Engagement Is Not Enough

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

  In computer training—training that teaches people how to use software, websites, apps, or online forms—we have known since the 1980s that hands-on training is essential. The experiment was run: merely demonstrate how the software works? Here are some methods to try:   Have the students work along with you as you complete a software activity—they are applying hands-on effort. The learners apply effort in trying to answer the quiz questions.