Custom quiz scoring in Adobe Captivate

Adobe Captivate

Custom quiz scoring in Adobe Captivate. Incorporating quizzes is always a bit of a struggle, not only in developing good quiz concepts, but in developing user feedback, structuring the user journey through the course given the results, scoring strategies, and ensuring that any reporting functions to the LMS capture the right information and can be easily searched and interpreted. Here, we will show how to override the internal scoring process.

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Articulate Storyline: Sending Learner Score to LMS Using JavaScript

Swift eLearning Services

In this blog, we will discuss the steps on how to send learner score to LMS Using JavaScript. JavaScript lets you extend the functionality of authoring tools like Storyline 1, Storyline 2 or Storyline 360. JavaScript in Storyline 360 gives you control to manipulate and use the information coming from LMS and being sent to LMS.

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3 Areas Adobe Captivate 17 Scores Over Other Authoring Tools

CommLab India

It scores high on responsive design and conversion of legacy courses to the mobile format. This blog will tell you more. Adobe Captivate is a preferred tool for simulations but there is a lot more this tool can do.

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Mlearn conference preview: #MLearncon scores 2.375 on the ‘Spiro index’!

Challenge to Learn

I will probably not have any time to blog before the conference starts. I will be blogging from the conference on all the sessions I attend. How does MLearncon scores on the Spiro Index. Two or higher is a good score. Mlearncon scores a 2.375 so that is a good sign! I will also rate all the sessions I attend and based on that I will create a final score. As said, I will be blogging on all sessions I attend and I will write a conference recap at the end.

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12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

Google AI Blog (2014), ‘A picture is worth a thousand (coherent) words: building a natural description of images’ 4 Give Your Video. concepts they have learned so far • Create scoring for a course and provide. 12 Ways to Get the Most.

Open ended Quiz questions that are scored – Captivate 2017

Adobe Captivate

Can these questions be scored along with the other questions in my quiz? The post Open ended Quiz questions that are scored – Captivate 2017 appeared first on eLearning. Discussion Question Pool/Random Questions Quizzing "Elearning authoring tools" blog question pool/random questionsI would like information on how to create open ended questions in Captivate 2017. Also, is there a widget that can be used and that is scorable?

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Pre and Post-Test Scores Demonstrate Efficacy of Fulcrum’s Adaptive 3.0 Learning Platform

Fulcrum Labs

The post Pre and Post-Test Scores Demonstrate Efficacy of Fulcrum’s Adaptive 3.0 Fulcrum Labs Blog Adaptive Learning Knowledge ApplicationWe talk a lot about what Adaptive 3.0 is – how it works, how it overcomes traditional challenges of adaptive. Learning Platform appeared first on Fulcrum Labs.

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Pre and Post-Test Scores Demonstrate Efficacy of Fulcrum’s Adaptive 3.0 Learning Platform

Fulcrum Labs

The post Pre and Post-Test Scores Demonstrate Efficacy of Fulcrum’s Adaptive 3.0 Fulcrum Labs Blog Adaptive Learning Knowledge ApplicationWe talk a lot about what Adaptive 3.0 is – how it works, how it overcomes traditional challenges of adaptive. Learning Platform appeared first on Fulcrum Labs.

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Gamified Classroom-based Training Solution for BFSI Client: Engaging Learners for Effective Learning – Video Blog

G-Cube

Gaming elements such as Scores, Leaderboards, Characters, Avatars, Quizzes, Buzzers and more were included within the program to enhance learner interaction, collaboration and knowledge retention. ? This helps to monitor the team of players who reach the milestone first, earn badges or scores and then go to the next level. ? The UI of the game was designed in a way that learners could view their individual team scores. Video Blog BFSI BFSI sector elearning for BFSI

High Customer Satisfaction Scores Might Make Your Training Organization Obsolete

Training Industry

If you’re a trainer or training professional, you probably use some type of customer satisfaction score to measure how happy students are with the courses that you offer them. If your satisfaction scores are high, you communicate that message out to the organization to highlight what a great job you’re doing. In fact, high satisfaction scores might well be hiding the fact that many of your training customers are ready to jump ship and find another provider.

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Best Customer Education Blogs: 25 Must-Reads for Learning Professionals

Talented Learning

Which blogs offer the best advice about customer education practices, strategies and technologies? And that’s where our quest to find the best blog content begins. 25 Must-Read Customer Education Blogs. Published on the Amity blog).

Learning Game Design: a Blog Series by Sharon Boller

Bottom-Line Performance

In early May we launched our Learning Game Design Blog on the Knowledge Guru website. The blog has become a great source of information for anyone interested in game based learning and gamification—thanks in large part to an incredibly in-depth blog series by Sharon Boller. So if you’re interested in games, you should take some time to check out this blog series.

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Cartoon: “Test scores are way up since we started rewarding correct answers with kitten videos.”

Mindflash

One day in my studio I was perusing YouTube for a video to embed in my blog when my 4-year-old daughter skipped in. “DADDY! LOOK AT THE KITTY! OOH!&#. Sure enough on the right side of the screen there was a thumbnail for a kitten video (is there a page on YouTube without kittens?).

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Top 11 Blog Posts for 2017

TalentLMS

But scoring high retention rates is not an easy feat. The post Top 11 Blog Posts for 2017 appeared first on TalentLMS Blog. TalentLMS Features & Updates 2017 Best of TalentLMS BlogAnother excellent year for TalentLMS, marked by our 5th anniversary, is coming to an end. It was a year of challenges and progress for us but also for the broader eLearning industry.

VR Projects – tips and tricks

Adobe Captivate

The score slide is available but will not show up as overlay for the 360 slide, you’ll have to define a background slide for it. You’ll find more information about 260 slides in a future blog post. hide or show the Score slide. Score slide. Intro.

Articulate Storyline 360 – Course Completion Trigger Feature

Swift eLearning Services

In this blog, we are going to discuss about the new feature introduced in Articulate Storyline 360 – Course completion trigger. Whereas in the earlier version… Authoring Tools eLearning Adobe Flash Articulate Storyline Articulate Storyline 360 Articulate Storyline 360 feature course completion trigger course completion trigger in Storyline 360 LMS object quiz score trigger wizard

How upskilling turned everyday employees into ardent advocates for change

CLO Magazine

What’s Your Digital Fitness Score? With each new topic, the app gives users an assessment to gauge their existing knowledge, which Atkinson likened to a digital fitness credit score. “It’s The app uses that score to suggest content that will close gaps and help users build confidence with the topic. All of the content is in short, easy-to-digest formats, including blogs, podcasts and short interactive lessons, so employees can learn as they go. “We

How to Use Local Storage

Adobe Captivate

If you are not hosting your project on an LMS and you want a simple way to save and retrieve user data (such as high scores and names) than local storage is a good way to go. Blog JavaScript Local Storage score scores usernameIntroduction. Adobe’s current documentation on Local Storage [link] only focuses on storing ‘strings’ such as user names, so this tutorial also shows how to work with integers (numbers) as well. I have included a .cptx

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Using Text Entry Boxes: Basics

Adobe Captivate

Posts about Text Entry Boxes in my blog and were written for older versions. A score attached to the objet (default = 1pt) can be added to the total quiz score. A validated TEB can be scored, the score can be added to the Quiz total (will appear in the Advanced Interaction panel) and be reported. Adobe Captivate Blog Q&As blog q&as score text entry box variable workflowIntro.

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BLOG: #UTGForum updates

Unicorn Training

So explain recent innovations in high score tables and monetisation etc, and apply them to learning tools.We're MORNING!So So we're back at King's Place for our annual Client Day and this is where you can follow all the updates from the day.Here's what's going on.Be sure to follow us on Twitter #UTGForum all day too.Right off to get some coffee.Room filling up nicely!

Creative with Quizzing System Variables

Adobe Captivate

In my last post I mentioned that, based on the visits to my blog posts, Quizzes in Captivate seem to be one of the stumbling blocks for newbies. Most of the quizzing blog posts with focus on default quiz slides are already pretty old. The most visited post on my blog will be updated in a near future, to accommodate recent changes in Captivate. This use case has been explained more in detail in an older article (Buttons on question/score slide). Intro.

TCC08: Wikis and Blogs and Tags: Oh Why?

Experiencing eLearning

Blogs. If it is text, a blog is good. Add “real world&# content by bringing things in from outside (podcasts, blogs, etc.). Cynthia Calongne said for game-based rubrics she adds NPCs to disguise the real scores. Technorati Tags: tcc08 , tcc2008 , wiki , blog , diigo , privacy , education , writing Presenters: Alice Bedard-Voorhees, Colorado Mountain College, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, USA.

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How and Why Pause Captivate’s Timeline?

Adobe Captivate

Score slide: same situation as for the quiz slides: visible in the slide timeline, not in the Timing Properties. For Score slide: similar, but after clicking the Continue button. For the default pausing points on quiz slides, score slide, D&D slides you cannot pause the slide audio however. This blog post has become very long, for which I apologize. Intro. This is the fourth post in a sequence of 5.

Super-Easy Dynamic Successive ‘Quiz Failure Attempts’

Adobe Captivate

This blog is in response to a few comments and questions I’ve seen about successive failure attempts such as “if a learner gets a question wrong on the third time I want the program to…” Now Captivate already has a built in quiz function that allows you to show up to three successive ‘failure messages’ This is great if all you need it to show a message, but what if you want something more. Preamble.

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Anniversary edition: Top 10 posts of the MATRIX Blog

Matrix

It is exactly November 10 th , and it’s the one year anniversary of the MATRIX Blog! The MATRIX Blog turns one! Precisely one year ago I published the very first blog post, obviously entitled “ MATRIX says hello! ”. Its 314 words (making it the shortest ever post on this blog) were supposed to introduce the new kid on the block. Twelve months and 69.023 written words later, and the MATRIX Blog climbed in the first 20% (15.7%, to be more exact) of all e-learning blogs.

EVENT BLOG: Client Day - Refresh, Revitalise, Rejuvenate!

Unicorn Training

Compliance testing can't put scores of people but string a few fun things together you can make a 'fun score' and leaderboard scenario to challenge them to beat each other. Resources to help: Articulate community - blogs, free templates, photos, challenges to help you get hang of things eLearning coach Lynda iStock/iPhoto and Sam! _ 1) SkillsServe blog - all new release notes uploaded there. Welcome to our 2015 Client Day - Refresh, Revitalise, Rejuvenate!

Ad-hoc Social Learning Environment - How a Blog Drives Learning

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

We decided to outline our curriculum in a skeletal form using a blog, and then set social interactions in the curriculum context. Blog is the watering hole A learning blog is so much a happening place! The blog has a personal touch, it is easy to follow, its updates are delivered to participant's RSS reader instantaneously. We used Blogger, the Google blogging tool. The instructor's blog posts were very short - often less than one hundred words.

Including Badges, Improving Collaboration, and Driving Engagement: Rising Scope of Gamification for Corporate Training

G-Cube

Badges, scores, leaderboards, progress bars, and others help companies boost their overall sales, improve customer loyalty, and drive business performance. Scores and badges are popular types of gaming elements which recognize learners on skills mastered. Leader boards display the list of players and their scores based on their achievements at the end of each level, thereby motivating the learners to score more and perform better. ? Video Blog Gamification video blog

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: My Blogs Personality Type

Learning Visions

Thursday, February 12, 2009 My Blogs Personality Type Well, it isnt very glamorous or creative sounding. But I suppose this is an appropriate description of my blogs personality? Check out your own blogs writing style at Typealyzer. And please, dont leave my blog alone.

Internet Time Blog » Pay for performance in life?

Jay Cross

Can a Flipped Classroom Improve Your Training Delivery?

InfoPro Learning

Instructors have recently reported a 12% average improvement of student test scores (2). Out of the instructors surveyed 71% said the method improved test scores (2). Blog Blended Learning Training DeliveryEveryone knows that providing your employees with high-quality training content is great for business. Companies who invest in training can have as much as 24% higher profit margins than those who do not (1).

BLOG: How do you build a serious game? Like this!

Unicorn Training

You can read more about this in an earlier blog 'Play to learn: the impact of serious games'. To get the highest score you must travel as far as you can before time runs out. Pause In Part 3 of the Project #P2L blog series we will delve deeper into the design process - from the logistics of how it will work to the overall look of the game How do you create a serious game?

Guest Blog 50: How Structured Schooling has Scared the Adult Learner

Eat Learn Repeat

Welcome to the first guest post in my blog. Be it an e-learning course or a classroom skill enhancement course, there is simply no escaping from the bondage of test and scores. I am not an expert when it comes to learning but, as a learner I think that tests don’t do me any justice, there is a stark contrast between my online test scores and my performance, call it my Testophobia (yes, its real) I don’t think every training needs to be assessed.

The Shape of Global Workplace Learning 2020: An Interview with Sriraj Mallick, President, Infopro Learning

InfoPro Learning

Is the training program improving sales, customer service or the net promoter score? Blog Learning ExperienceThe need and relevance of human capital transformation at the workplace is more relevant than ever now – with pressures of rapidly evolving technology.

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BLOG: Designing A Learning Game - Where Do You Start??

Unicorn Training

At the time of writing, a colleague has just approached me to brag about their unbeatable high score in the Abbreviation Game. We all learn from games, even when we don't realise it. Who discovered London through Monopoly, has picked up random general knowledge facts from Trivial Pursuit or has a better grasp of geography from Risk? Computer and online games are no different, but how do you make sure you get the learning you want from a game?

This Week on the Learning Game Design Blog: Playtesting and Research from the eLearning Guild

Bottom-Line Performance

So we’ve decided to use our Saturday posts to give updates on the Learning Game Design Blog , to let you know what posts went up this week and what things are happening in the world of games. This week’s post on the Learning Game Design blog. Previous posts in this learning game design series have focused on sexy stuff such as game goals and core dynamics , game mechanics , game elements , or scoring and rewards.

Favorite 2009 posts on Informal Learning Blog

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Here are the most popular posts on the Informal Learning Blog in 2009. Through their presentations at conferences, Allison Rossett, Elliott Masie, Gloria Gery, and scores of other awesome teachers have shaped the thinking of the greater learning and development community of practice.