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Adobe Captivate: Quiz Not Scoring Correctly? Check Your Advanced Interaction!

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by Kevin Siegel        Here's an interesting scenario: You create a Captivate project that contains 12 slides: 10 question slides, each worth 10 points, and two "transitional" slides containing simple navigation buttons. However, every beta-tester who answers the questions correctly receives a score of 96 from the LMS. You have a five-question Captivate project.   Looking for instructor-led training on Adobe Captivate?

Adobe Captivate: Partial Question Slide Scores

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by Kevin Siegel      One of the problems with a multiple choice question you've added to a Captivate quiz is the all or nothing aspect of the question. Say hello to the Partial Score feature available in Adobe Captivate 6 and 7.    In the two images below, I have inserted a Multiple Choice question into my project.    The final step in allowing for partial scores is the trickiest.

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Adobe Captivate 7: Quiz Not Scoring Correctly? Think Advanced. Check Your Interaction!

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by Kevin Siegel          Here's an interesting scenario: You create a Captivate project that contains 12 slides: 10 question slides, each worth 10 points, and two "transitional" slides containing simple navigation buttons. Interestingly, every beta-tester who answers the questions correctly receives a score of 96 from the LMS. You have a five-question Captivate project.

Drag-and-Drop Quiz Questions Scoring Incorrectly in Fluid Boxes

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Hello, I have a responsive project (Captivate 2019, build 11.0.0243) that includes a series of drag-n-drop quiz questions and I’m finding that the quiz only scores the first question correctly –I’m checking using a Quiz Results slide. I tested each question separately, and individually they score correctly. The post Drag-and-Drop Quiz Questions Scoring Incorrectly in Fluid Boxes appeared first on eLearning.

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12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

over a multiple choice quiz. concepts they have learned so far • Create scoring for a course and provide. content from include: • YouTube • Vimeo • Google Maps • Captivate Want to present words and images that flow. projects or make small but crucial changes to.

Adobe Captivate 6: Question Slide Partial Scores

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One of the problems with a multiple choice question you've added to a Captivate quiz is the all or nothing aspect of the question. Say hello to the Partial Score feature in Adobe Captivate 6.    In the two images below, I have inserted a Multiple Choice question into my project. From the  General  group of the  Quiz Properties  panel, I set the number of Answers to  4. 

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Adobe Captivate: Quiz Reporting and Advanced Interaction

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by Kevin Siegel, CTT,  COTP         Here's an interesting scenario: You create a Captivate project that contains 12 slides: 10 question slides, each worth 10 points (that's 100 points total), and two non-question slides that contain some text, images, and simple image buttons used for navigation.   Soon after you roll out your course, learners report a big problem with the way the quiz is scoring.

Adobe Captivate 6: Goodbye Quiz Playbar

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By Lori Smith  I love Adobe Captivate's variables and advanced actions. One of my favorite strategies when working with complicated branching and quizzing in projects is to turn off the playbar on key slides via the variable  cpCmdShowPlayBar  (assign with 0 to turn off, 1 to turn on). Choose  Quiz Preferences > Settings  and select  Hide Playbar In Quiz.  The object just needs to be included in the quiz.

Super-Easy Dynamic Successive ‘Quiz Failure Attempts’

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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. Step 1: Set up your quiz. Preamble.

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Stunning Free Update to Adobe Captivate 2019 Raises the Bar with Quick Start Projects & Productivity Enhancements

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The latest update to Adobe Captivate is out now, it is free to Captivate users who either own Adobe Captivate 2019 or are on a subscription plan, and it is chock full of fresh, sensational new features and resources. The Adobe Captivate 2019 Free Update Announcement Video – includes a short overview. Quick Start Projects. At the heart of the improvements are a set of beautiful, professionally designed Quick Start Projects.

Adobe Captivate: Multi-SCORM Packager

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by Kevin Siegel, CTT,  COTP         If you have created multiple Captivate projects and need to combine them into a single package for upload into a Learning Management System (LMS), the Adobe Multi SCORM Packager is pure gold. Using this little-known utility (it comes with Captivate 9), you can easily combine published projects into a single file.   Then publish each project (ensure that Zip Files is selected).

VR Projects – tips and tricks

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The most recent release of Captivate allows to use those assets in two different type of projects: either a full VR project, or on individual slides in a normal cptx project. Not yet possible in a Fluid Boxes project as far as I know. A VR project will be created right from the welcome screen. 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. VR project.

Register for Webinar – Mastering Custom Quizzes with Adobe Captivate 2017

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The topic will be Mastering Custom Quizzes with Adobe Captivate 2017. In this session, you will learn how to… create a responsive design interface for your question slides in Adobe Captivate 2017 using fluid boxes. convert your questions to become scored final quiz questions. Mastering Custom Quizzes with Adobe Captivate 2017. The post Register for Webinar – Mastering Custom Quizzes with Adobe Captivate 2017 appeared first on eLearning.

Quiz Tweak 4: Submit Process

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“I don’t like that the learner has to press Y or click the slide to continue” When you use CP2019 and have tried out the new VR projects, you will probably have seen that the overlay quiz slides have a slightly different Submit process! For sure, more friendly and intuitive than the second step in normal quiz slides. Crossing my fingers that we have the same button appearing in future versions for all quiz slides. Step 6: Actions in Quiz Properties.

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Can anyone help me how to have Content slides and Quiz slide in one single project on Captivate 2019

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Hi there, I am new to Captivate 2019. Can anyone tell me or show me how I can have content slides and quiz slides interacting with each other on one single project? I have laid out all the questions and their respective branching answers on a word document and I am coping and pasting them onto Captivate. The problem I am having is that I successfully create the content slides and some of the quiz on a single project but I cannot mix/move them around.

Adobe Captivate: The SCORM Cloud

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by Kevin Siegel      If you need your Captivate project to report learner scores and interactions, you'll likely need to publish as a SCORM-compliant package and then upload it into an LMS. However, there could be something in your project that isn't reporting correctly. You won't know there's a problem until after you publish the project, upload it to your LMS, and then test it. Adobe Captivate e-learning eLearning

Captivate’s Quizzes (2): Submit Process

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Some of those objects can be turned off, using either Quiz Preferences (for global settings) or Quiz Properties for individual slides. Here is an overview of those objects (for quiz master slide MCQ,T/F… ), from top to bottom, using the numbering in this screenshot: Question title : cannot be deactivated. You can edit that title on the quiz slides, do not delete it. For a Fluid boxes quiz slide, you’ll need to add a fluid box for that purpose.

Adobe Captivate 6: Branch Aware

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Branch Aware is new in Captivate 6. According to Adobe: "Use Branch Aware to calculate the final score based only on the questions in the branch that users have viewed. For example, consider that a project contains a quiz that branches into two modules that in turn contain a quiz. If a user reaches the module with three questions and 10 points each, the total score is considered as 30 points. I created a simple project that is Branch Aware.

Adobe Captivate: Pre-Test Before You Test

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During one of my recent beginner Adobe Captivate classes, a student asked if it was possible to maintain two quizzes within a single Captivate project. She wanted to be able to give her learners a pretest made up of questions that would run independently of the regular quiz. While it is not possible to have two independent quizzes within a project, she was happy to learn that you can include a Pretest. Looking for training on Adobe Captivate?

Adobe Captivate: Knowledge Check Slides

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by Kevin Siegel      Last week Adobe announced a major update to Adobe Captivate: Adobe Captivate 9. While similar in appearance to Adobe Captivate 8, version 9 offers several enhancements that I'll cover over the next few weeks.   Similar to Pretest questions, Knowledge Check slides do not count against the overall quiz score.   To insert a knowledge check question, choose  Quiz > Knowledge Check Slide.

Adobe Captivate: Troubleshooting LMS Woes

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A Captivate developer created a nifty eLearning lesson complete with a quiz, advanced actions and some nice navigation features. All she needed to do to wrap up the project was get the finished lesson posted to her LMS and ensure it reported correctly. And While I had never used her LMS, I have successfully posted and tested several Captivate lessons to myriad systems. First, I had her create a new project that only contained a few slides. Then

Object Styles in Responsive Projects

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In this last article the focus is only on Responsive projects: tips and tricks to keep in mind for Object Styles in a responsive theme. Since CP2017 Captivate offers two workflows for responsive projects: using Fluid Boxes and using Breakpoint Views. If you want to re-read the advantages/limitations of both workflows, may I recommend reading this post , where I also include the workflow to a Rescalable HTML project. Fluid Boxes project. Intro.

How and Why Pause Captivate’s Timeline?

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The first post introduced features of all timelines, the second is focused on the specific aspects of the Video Demo Timeline, the third on the aspects of the normal/responsive projects (cptx) both for master slides and normal slides. Both explain features of the Timeline in a cptx-project. To understand even better, I recommend to insert the system variable cpInfoCurrentFrame in a text container, displayed for the whole project (on top). Intro.

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. 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!   To get an accurate score on an Assessment simulation, you have to set each click box—the clickable object that makes the software simulation advance—to allow only 1 attempt. 

ADOBE CAPTIVATE: Make 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. 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!   To get an accurate score on an Assessment simulation, you have to set each click box—the clickable object that makes the software simulation advance—to allow only 1 attempt. 

Preparing Adobe Captivate Content for an LMS

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 Over the next few weeks, I'm going to show you the LMS setup process in the top eLearning development tools (Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, TechSmith Camtasia Studio, and Trivantis Lectora).   Reporting Scores with Adobe Captivate. Enable Reporting for the project via  Quiz > Quiz Preferences.    From the Quiz category, select  Reporting. Adobe Captivate LMS

Coaching first training Captivate 2019

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Captivate 2019 (version 11) was released on the 22nd of August. The client had asked for very specific topics, not for a standardised basic training, because the trainees would start with a very specific project. They needed to learn about quizzes, responsive projects with fluid boxes, branching, themes. First example: one trainee had been working as freelance developer with Captivate 2017, but had never a real training and only created non-responsive projects.

Comparing Knowledge Check and Quiz Slides

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Since the KC slides are very similar to normal quiz slides, I’ll start with ‘Recognizing KC slides’ Then I’ll show the differences in default setup, and in some other aspects not mentioned in the Help, the relationship with the quizzing system variables and – what did you expect? The lack of the possibility to choose between Graded and Survey (because KC slides are not scored). No partial scoring for MCQ slides with multiple correct answers.

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ADOBE CAPTIVATE: Make 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. 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!   To get an accurate score on an Assessment simulation, you have to set each click box—the clickable object that makes the software simulation advance—to allow only 1 attempt. 

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. 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!   To get an accurate score on an Assessment simulation, you have to set each click box—the clickable object that makes the software simulation advance—to allow only 1 attempt. 

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. 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!   To get an accurate score on an Assessment simulation, you have to set each click box—the clickable object that makes the software simulation advance—to allow only 1 attempt. 

Track Course Completions for Free Using Adobe Captivate Quiz Results Analyzer

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Are you creating courses using Adobe Captivate and don’t yet have a learning management system (LMS) for tracking results? Using the Adobe Captivate Quiz Results Analyzer, you can capture student scores and question-and-answer specifics, which can provide insight into your learners’ performance in the course. You can retrieve the following data from the Quiz Results Analyzer: For the course: Total number of students who completed the course. Total score.

Creating a free-text question and using quiz variables

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I am working on a quiz question in Captivate and I’m not sure if I am going about it the right way. I want to create a quiz question that requires a user to input a value, but the question needs to be dynamic and change each time the user accesses the course. I have already successfully created my variables, but I’m not familiar with the different system quiz variables that exist. NOTE: Attached below is my project.

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How Adobe Captivate 9 Helps Create Captivating E-Learning Courses

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Adobe Captivate has been around for quite some time now. Want to know how Captivate does it? In cases as such, Adobe Captivate is a must-have authoring tool. Support for responsive project design. With Adobe Captivate, create a single responsive e-earning course that can be accessed effectively on multiple devices i.e., create the content just once (let’s say for the desktop) and it will work equally well on tablet PCs and Smartphones.

Three skills to acquire (Captivate newbies)

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Seven years ago I started blogging about Captivate (with version 4 – 5). Meanwhile I also have spent thousands of hours on the Captivate forums, answering questions ans solving issues. Moreover I am busy as a Consultant and a Trainer (for Captivate and other Adobe applications), both in live and online classes. You got that Captivate license, but how to start, where to go? Captivate Timeline(s) in cptx-file demystified. Challenge/Skill 2: Quiz.

Captivate’s Quizzes (1): Terminology

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Since 2008 I have been blogging regularly about Captivate. It is the reason why I consider Quizzes as one of the three main topics for any Newbie in ‘ Three Skills to Acquire ‘ Since 2011 quite a lot has changed in Captivate, although the basic design of quizzes is still the same. Quiz Menu. Beware: Likert type cannot be used in a responsive project, whether Fluid Boxes or Breakpoint workflow is used. 10p score, no penalty. Included in Quiz Total.

Using Captivate to Create Cool Text Animations

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Adobe Captivate 5.5 One of the cool features in Adobe Captivate I have found myself using lately is the text animation. Captivate 5.5 comes with over 80 text animations you can add to your projects. Many of these animations look very nice and there is enough variety that you should be able to find one to match your project. To add a text animation, open a project, select a slide, and then go to the Insert menu and choose Text Animation. by Jonathan Shoaf.

How to Publish SCORM Content in Adobe Captivate

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Adobe Captivate is one of the best authoring tools available to eLearning professionals. In this tutorial, we show you how to publish SCORM content in Adobe Captivate so you can import it to your LMS. Adobe Captivate makes publishing eLearning content as a SCORM file simple. This guide shows you how to choose the right settings for publishing SCORM content in Captivate so you can import it to your learning management system (LMS).

Adobe Captivate 6 Tutorials

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Learn about Adobe Captivate from Experts. Below are links to videos that will guide you through the extraordinary features of Adobe Captivate. Adobe Captivate 2017 – Tutorials. Adobe Captivate 6. Learn how to import your PowerPoint 2010 slides in eLearning projects with improved PowerPoint Library in Adobe Captivate 6. Apply them across projects to maintain a consistent look and feel. Partial and negative scoring.

Developing Multi-lingual Online Learning Quiz with Articulate Storyline

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One of our clients, the Learning and Development Manager at a major pharmaceutical firm wanted us to develop an e-learning course in English with the final quiz in multiple languages. The learner was to be given a choice to select his preferred language and attempt the quiz at the end of the course. We developed the multilingual quiz in a single course using Articulate Storyline. Step 2: Create the final quiz with some True/False assessments.

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