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.        To allow a learner to get partial credit, I accessed the  General  group on the  Quiz Properties  panel and then selected  Partial Score.

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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.      To allow a learner to get partial credit, I accessed the  General  group on the  Quiz Properties  panel and then selected  Partial Score.    The final step in allowing for partial scores is the trickiest.

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Custom quiz scoring in Adobe Captivate

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Custom quiz scoring in Adobe Captivate. Adobe Captivate 9 has a selection of built-in quiz processes that are designed to cover the majority of scenarios. Adobe can only anticipate a limited range of cases to be modeled in the Captivate user interface as, after a point the UI becomes unworkable. Here, we will show how to override the internal scoring process. Scores are reported to the LMS through Captivate, no special communication is needed.

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Partial score

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I am totally new to Captivate 9, and I am trying to put my head around it bit by bit… For some reason the option to put a “partial score” and point value for in a question are not there any longer…Obviously I have changed something but I am unable to bring the options back.Could you please help? The post Partial score appeared first on eLearning. Question Quizzing Result Slide adobe captivate 9 question result slideHi to every one!!!

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12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

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. 12 Ways to Get the Most.

Adobe Captivate QuickTip – Troubleshoot Scoring Problems

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In this video, I show you how you can troubleshoot scoring problems in your Adobe Captivate eLearning projects. Video advanced interaction window advanced_interaction scoring issues troubleshoot troubleshoot scoringI show you how you can make use of the Advanced Interaction window and what sorts of things you should be looking for.

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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. Looking for training on Adobe Captivate?

3 Areas Adobe Captivate 17 Scores Over Other Authoring Tools

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

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. However, once I unhide all slides or more than one slide, the quiz only scores the first slide, and does not track the score on all the others.

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Open ended Quiz questions that are scored – Captivate 2017

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

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Quiz not showing all selected fields on score slide?

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I have score, max score, correct questions, total questions, accuracy % and quiz attempts checked. However, only the total score is shown. The post Quiz not showing all selected fields on score slide? Adobe Quiz Result Analyser Question Quizzing Adobe Captivate 2019 adobe quiz result analyser questionNot sure what I’m doing incorrect? appeared first on eLearning.

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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 enable the Captivate Quiz reporting feature via  Quiz > Quiz Preferences.

Adobe Captivate: Submit All

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by Kevin Siegel        When a learner takes a quiz created with Adobe Captivate, failure by the learner to click the  Submit  button on each and every question is a recurring problem. By clicking Next, the answer was never submitted for scoring and was counted as an incorrect answer.  Fortunately, there is a Quiz setting available in Captivate that will help.     Looking for Captivate training?

Adobe Captivate: Pretest Actions

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We recently introduced you to Captivate's Pretest feature. While the scenario above sounds complicated to implement within Captivate, there is an action built within the Pretest that will get you started. In the IF area, a System Variable named cpInfoQuizPretestScorePercentage is being checked to see if the learner's score is greater than 50. Should the learner score higher than 50, the Action will jump the learner directly to slide 51 (the quiz).

Unique compliance training requirement- score and enforce

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The requirement was that for each question, the answer selected by the participant in the first attempt would be used for scoring. Under the hood Adobe Captivate compliance training Quiz rapid elearning authoring toolsRecently there was a unique quiz usecase discussed on our Facebook page, where the trainer wanted to create a slightly different compliance or mandatory training course.

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Unique complaince training requirement- score and enforce

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The requirement was that for each question, the answer selected by the participant in the first attempt would be used for scoring. Under the hood Adobe Captivate compliance training Quiz rapid elearning authoring toolsRecently there was a unique quiz usecase discussed on our Facebook page, where the trainer wanted to create a slightly different compliance or mandatory training course.

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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. To save you a significant amount of work, Captivate allows you to verify your lesson will report accurately with an LMS via a free feature called  Preview in SCORM Cloud.     Looking for training or help with Adobe Captivate?

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: Add a Retake Quiz Button

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I''ve had several students in my Captivate classes ask if it was possible to allow learners to retake a quiz. From the Settings area, select Show Score at the End of the Quiz. When the learner takes the quiz and fails, clicking the Retake Quiz button will automatically reset the quiz score. Looking for training on Adobe Captivate? Adobe''s Technical Communication Suite Captivate eLearning mLearning Technical Communications Technology Television training

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. Captivate 9 will only work if you have Windows 64-bit. Adobe Captivate e-learning eLearning

Adobe Captivate: Say Hello to Version 7

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How long was it between Adobe Captivate 5 and 6? Case in point: version 7 of the Captivate software was released today. Top features to be found in Adobe Captivate 7: Drag-and-drop Components Make eLearning fun with drag-and-drop games, quizzes, and lessons that can run on desktops and mobile devices (such as the iPad). Import GIFT format questions quickly and conveniently into Adobe Captivate projects to create assessment modules. Looking to learn Captivate quickly?

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. If a user reaches the module with three questions and 10 points each, the total score is considered as 30 points. If this option is not enabled, the scores are calculated on the total number of questions in the project and not the module that users actually viewed." by Lori Smith.

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.

Patch to fix the issue with reporting percentage scores in Adobe Captivate 5

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Issue: Even if the reporting option is set to ‘Percentage’, Adobe Captivate 5 reports ‘Scores’ to LMS. For example, if 35 questions out of 70 were answered correctly by an elearner, Adobe Captivate reports 35 instead of 50%. To resolve this issue, install the latest patch from Adobe. This patch is currently for Windows only.

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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. When the learner takes the Pretest, the answers they submit will not be counted in the final quiz score. Looking for training on Adobe Captivate? IconLogic offers multiple live, online Adobe Captivate classes each month including Introduction to Adobe Captivate and Advanced Adobe Captivate.

Adobe Captivate 6: Goodbye Quiz Playbar

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By Lori Smith  I love Adobe Captivate's variables and advanced actions. I'm guessing that more than a few fellow Captivate developers have used this feature over the years because Captivate 6 has added a brand new quiz feature allowing the playbar to be hidden during a quiz. Not only will the playbar be hidden for every quiz slide, but it will be hidden for any slide that contains a scored object (such as a button included in the quiz).

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. While I had never used her LMS, I have successfully posted and tested several Captivate lessons to myriad systems. Stymied, I appealed to the Adobe Captivate forum in search of anyone who had successfully dealt with her specific LMS. If you have invisible/hidden scoring objects, be aware that they still count in the total points of the lesson.

Adobe Announces Patch for Adobe Captivate 7

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Adobe has just released a patch for Adobe Captivate 7. Color Swatches: You can now import swatches from Adobe Photoshop and Kuler, or create custom swatches, and apply them to Adobe Captivate objects with a single click. CpQuizInfoPreTestMaxScore - Returns the maximum score for the pretest questions. Adobe''s Technical Communication Suite Captivate The patch supports both Mac OS 10.9 and Windows 8.1, and addresses several known bugs.

Captivate 8 Custom Motion Effect Example

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I created a Captivate activity with a custom effect using motion and scaling to animate two cars driving away to the horizon. Lieve says these Effects and Advanced Actions don’t play well in Captivate 8, so she prefers to build these sorts of effects in Adobe Edge Animate. Once the score for either variable exceeds 4 points, I apply the effect, show the appropriate final feedback, display the restart button, and hide the sign for the questions.

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A new way to report scores to the LMS from your Captivate courses

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Does your LMS gets bogged down and reports invalid data for your captivate course? Even though the course is completed do you see the status reported to LMS as “incomplete”? If the answer is “YES” to the above two questions then read further to learn how to overcome this strange behavior. Interaction details about the [.]. Whats new

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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.   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.      In your Quiz Preferences > Settings, ensure that Show Score at the End of the Quiz is selected. by Jennie Ruby, CTT, COTP.

Adobe Captivate: Best Practices for Creating Compliant eLearning

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A few years ago I was in Canada teaching Captivate for a large Toronto-based company. We were just getting ready to cover the accessible features found in Captivate when I was informed that I could skip the section because Canadians were not required to create accessible content. Fast forward to a recent online Advanced Captivate class that included students from South America, Australia, and Canada.In What Does Captivate do to be Section 508 Compliant?

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. A project does not have to contain a conventional scoring quiz (with question slides). When you publish projects, you can have Captivate create the Manifest file for you. Adobe Captivate LMS

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.   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.    In your Quiz Preferences > Settings , ensure that Show Score at the End of the Quiz is selected. by Jennie Ruby, CTT, COTP.

The brand new Captivate 9 puts Adobe years ahead of the competition

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Back in 2012 you would have been hard-pressed to find anything exciting in version 6 of Adobe Captivate, in fact most of the cool stuff at the time was coming from Adobe’s competitors, namely Articulate with their new Storyline software and their latest iteration of Articulate Studio. Adobe Captivate takes a page from the Adobe Creative Teams. Adobe Captivate Draft for iPad. Adobe Captivate Draft on iPad. Other noteworthy features in Adobe Captivate 9.

How and Why Pause Captivate’s Timeline?

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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. Blog Uncategorized audio cptx Drag and drop interactive_objects Learning Interactions main master slide master slide pause Quiz score timeline video widgetsIntro.

Adobe Captivate 6: Best Practices for Creating Compliant eLearning

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by Kevin Siegel    Several years ago I was in Canada teaching Captivate for a large Toronto-based company. We were just getting ready to cover the accessible features found in Captivate when I was informed that I could skip the section because Canadians were not required to create accessible content. During a  recent online Captivate class , students attended from several countries (including the United States, South America, Canada and Australia).

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. Learn how to calculate the final score of the branched quiz based only on the questions in the ‘branch’ viewed by the learner.

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.   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.      In your Quiz Preferences > Settings, ensure that Show Score at the End of the Quiz is selected. by Jennie Ruby, CTT, COTP.

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.   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.      In your Quiz Preferences > Settings, ensure that Show Score at the End of the Quiz is selected. by Jennie Ruby, CTT, COTP.