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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Go Beyond Boring: Creating Scenario-based Learning That Engages Participants (Podcast)

Experiencing eLearning

Since the TLDC community has several D&D players, this version of the presentation has some references and examples related to D&D. He’s got a great vision for exactly how everything should go, and he’s confident the players are going to have a lot of fun following this journey he has precisely mapped out for them. His players aren’t engaged. Unfortunately, near the end of the session, Christopher looks around the table at his players.


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Goal Orientation in Gamification

Kapp Notes

A player’s goal orientation must be considered when designing achievements, as it will influence how they experience gamification and games through goals they set for themselves. There are two types of goal orientation, which are commonly referred to as performance orientation and mastery orientation. Players who favor a performance orientation are concerned with other people’s assessment of their competence. References. [1]

Gamify Your Learning Experience For Better Employee Engagement & Workplace Efficiency


While designing an e-learning course, gaming elements like points, badges and scores help to drive business growth and competitive success. Instead of implementing scores, badges and leaderboards, gamified e-learning is benefited well by a structured gamified system. To ensure that learning is fun and exciting, players are rewarded with scores, badges, virtual goods and more to seek maximum level of interaction and participation till the training is completed.

SCORM for E-learning Courses: WHY?

CommLab India

SCORM is an acronym for “Sharable Content Object Reference Model” It is a set of technical standards helpful for e-Learning. You can also track the course completion status, assessment score or percentage, number of points earned, or even how many times a user has accessed a course, provide certificates, etc. When you get a new movie DVD, you don’t check if it works with the DVD player you have.


PlatCore Learning Management System 3.0


Course Player. Pl atCore’s new course player condenses the 1.) the player page. The player has everything you need on one simple, polished experience. These can reference articles, courses, topics, and much more. . Four tabs have been integrated into one referenceable list , allowing you to easily see all your achievements, progress and test scores. PlatCore’s latest release shows our devotion to the learner experience.

Another Proposed Definition of “Game”

Kapp Notes

“A game is a system in which players engage in an abstract challenge, defined by rules, interactivity and feedback that results in a quantifiable outcome often eliciting an emotional reaction.” A score is related to behaviors and activities which, in turn, are related strategy or movement of pieces. Scores are linked to actions and actions are limited by rules. Players— Games involve a person interacting with game content.

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4 Things video games can teach us about employee training


I’m referring to what happens afterward: Training. Most video games start with a tutorial of some kind, a sort of “learn by doing” guide that walks players through the basics of the game. This information isn’t generally dumped on the player all at once. A good video game gives players a sense of accomplishment, achievement, and progression as they move through it.

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Games vs Simulations: Choosing the Right Approach for Learning

Knowledge Guru

The word “game” is a big one… and it really refers to a category of activities that can look many ways. Here’s the definition I always give when asked to define what I mean by game: An activity that has an explicit goal or challenge , rules that guide achievement of the goal, interactivity with either other players or the game environment (or both), and feedback mechanisms that give clear cues as to how well or poorly you are performing.

6 Killer Examples Of Gamification In eLearning

Adobe Captivate

Gamification strategies include use of rewards for players who accomplish desired tasks or competition to engage players. Making the rewards for accomplishing tasks visible to other players or providing leaderboards are further ways of encouraging players to compete.”. Reference: You can also refer to my earlier article What Are The Benefits Of mLearning? The scores lead them to gaining the reward.

How To Make The Most Out Of Your SCORM Package Embedded Into Moodle - Technology meets Education

The word SCORM is an acronym and stands for: Shareable Content Object Reference Mode. The “Display course structure in player” is another unneeded option. Why would you add the same TOC on the side, therefore, forcing the SCORM player to stretch the module in order to fit the browser’s window? In modules that a quiz is implemented, this option may be considered useful in order to show the learner the previous quiz scores.

Instructional Design for Beginners – What Motivates People To Learn?

Upside Learning

Motivational design refers to the process of arranging resources and procedures to bring about changes in motivation. EyeWitness is designed to immerse the player in a virtual Nanjing, 65 years ago, and to allow the player to take the role of a cameraman assigned to the Japanese Invasion. Unlike most “First Person Shooters&# , the genre on which EyeWitness is modeled, the player uses no guns or explosives.

Mastering the Jargon of Game Design

Bottom-Line Performance

It is a form of play that often, but not always, involves conflict – either with other players, with the game itself, or with randomness/fate/luck (e.g. Some people categorize simulations as games; others do not unless that simulation has rules and scoring attached to it. Decision Making – Most, but not all, games involve decision making on the part of the players. A player/ learner is going to ask these questions: • What’s this game about? •

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Video Games and Instructional Design

Adobe Captivate

Take a look at the image below (from Mario Kart Wii) that players are presented with after a Grand Prix – a series of four cumulatively scored races – and try to pick out the instructional design concepts that are in play on this screen alone. Each difference, no matter how minute, is considered a different State, and serves as a way to provide meaningful information to players…I mean learners.

Gamification Elements That Rocket Boost Learner Engagement


The desire to win is a part of the of the human condition, occasionally even referred to as “last place aversion”. In slightly simpler terms, gamifying the learning experience could include leaderboards, badges, high scores, and competitions with announcements of winners. Scoring systems are a great way to ignite learner engagement and excitement. The challenges encourage users to return regularly to play the game or miss out of rewards that other players will be earning.

SCORM – When you need Inter-Operatibility between E-learning Platforms!


What is it about SCORM ( Shareable Content Object Reference Model ) that the e-learning folks are going gaga over? Well… to put it across in simple terms, SCORM is a ‘certificate’ that an LMS has to get, if it wants to score in the game of ‘inter-operatibility’. Imagine owning a stockpile of DVDs, but not a DVD player. Now, the DVD player that we seek should be able to play all types of DVDs single-handedly, isn’t it?


9 Cutting Edge Training Trends to Watch Out For


This means each new hire must not only be well-versed in the software, but a good team player that can handle collaborative efforts.

Why Gamification is a Natural Fit for Sales Training


Power : These players are motivated when gamification emphasizes status, control and competition. Affiliation : These players are motivated when gamification places emphasis on teamwork and membership of a group. They might even earn additional points for logging on to the LMS for a certain number of days in a row, a mechanism used by some social games like Pokémon Go to keep players coming back. . Interteam competition: Remember the Harry Potter House Cup reference?

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Agility – the superpower of the modern employee


The concept refers to the ability to recognize and understand emotions in oneself and others. People with higher EQ scores have better social skills and are excellent team players. Superheroes have seen a rather big rise in popularity – whether they are from the DC or Marvel universes, their stories fill cinema seats and bring in big revenues.

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Why Games Make Great Learning Solutions

Bottom-Line Performance

Check out some of their games here – the binary game has gone completely viral (1M players thus far) and if someone can make learning how to write binary code fun, then I am impressed! Motivation – As stated in earlier reference to ARCS model, games are fun! The competitive nature of the experience motivates players to keep playing and learning more. Assessment – The scoring nature of games makes it easy to assess progress and learning.

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Why Games Make Great Learning Solutions

Bottom-Line Performance

Check out some of their games here – the binary game has gone completely viral (1M players thus far) and if someone can make learning how to write binary code fun, then I am impressed! Motivation – As stated in earlier reference to ARCS model, games are fun! The competitive nature of the experience motivates players to keep playing and learning more. Assessment – The scoring nature of games makes it easy to assess progress and learning.

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What you don’t need to know about SCORM

Integrated Learnings

I worked in the higher education industry and SCORM just wasn’t a big player there. When this content is on a completely different content server than your LMS, it is often referred to as distributed SCORM. Oh, and in case you’re wondering, SCORM stands for Shareable Content Object Reference Model. by Jonathan Shoaf. The first time I heard the term SCORM was about 10 years ago. I never paid it much attention.


Why video game mechanics work, and how they’re used to engage online learners

Growth Engineering

That’s a lot of players, and an awful lot of spending! A large factor in the meteoric success of video games lies in their ability to engage players in ways that most other media could only dream of. point scoring, competition with others, rules of play) to other areas of activity, typically as an online marketing technique to encourage engagement with a product or service. In this way, collectibles offer the player clear goals to work towards.

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5 Ways to Create Effective Interactive Training Content


Corporate training videos should be short and concise so that employees can quickly refer to and recall the information. Just like a player aims to score the highest points so as to lead the scoreboard; similarly, in corporate training, trainees would try to learn better and score maximum points in quizzes and activities in order to lead the scoreboard. Playing a game keeps the player engrossed in the activity.

Learning Solutions Series: Top 10 Learning Management Systems


About half (51.9%) of the organizations surveyed in the 2014 Learning Technology Solutions Forecast Study (report available here ) own a learning management system , most often referred to as an “LMS.” LMSs provide a way of managing many facets of the online learning experience – such as grading/scoring, keeping track of content, administrative functions, and more.

Are You Ready for Generation Z

The Game Agency

Generation Z refers to the group born between 1995 and 2010 and currently represents the largest population sector. With good analytics, companies can instantly see what questions players know and where there are knowledge gaps. Games offer leaderboards, point scoring, competition and rewards- it’s a perfect way to encourage your employees to take care of their health.

The RETAIN Model for Creating Effective Courses


It is not uncommon to address eLearning content as games, especially when game-like elements like scores and time-based assessments are added to the program. Embedding Assessing how closely the academic content is coupled with the fantasy/story content where fantasy refers to the narrative structure, storylines, player experience, dramatic structure, fictive elements, etc. Transfer How the player can use previous knowledge and apply it in other areas.

Back to basics: What is SCORM?


SCORM stands for Shareable Content Object Reference Model. In the same way that DVDs are created in a standardized way so they can be read by any DVD player, SCORM sets out the standardized set-up that means elearning can be read by any LMS. It allows you to gather much more data on users’ learning, including exactly how they interacted with the learning, how they scored in separate activities and how this tied to their real-world performance too.


SCORM vs AICC: how do they compare?


SCORM stands for Shareable Content Object Reference Model. SCORM lets you monitor basic data like whether a learner has completed a module and their overall score, but it won’t let you track anything more detailed than that. SCORM is streets ahead of AICC, and is still the main player in the industry, but xAPI offers some truly exciting possibilities, so support for this new standard is only likely to grow.


Access LMS Release Notes 9.5

Unicorn Training

To check which version your LMS is currently operating on, please refer to this Help Guide.Gamebrain HostWhy not make your CEO the host of your staff on-boarding quiz? This is the character you will see alongside the player at the start of the quiz and at the end to present their score. This month’s release focuses on enhancing current functionality within the LMS alongside the beginning of us surfacing new functionality to support you in a post-Covid world.

Halloween Edition – Treats and Tricks

eLearning 24-7

These two terms are gaining steam for some folks when it comes to referring to Learning Systems, more so with the LMS segment. Then in the past five or six years, vendors in the learning system space, started to refer to their content as elearning content or eLearning content. score).

Gamification Mechanics – What Are They and Why Are They Important?

Adobe Captivate

The term “mechanics” refers to how anything (in this case a game or gamified eLearning course) operates. Well, it wouldn’t be a game without a scoring system, would it? Interacting with other players/learners can be a really powerful motivator, whether they are cooperating, competing, discussing new skills and new ideas, or just showing off their accomplishments. Gamification is one of the most popular trends in eLearning.

Interactivity in Software Tutorials?

Adobe Captivate

It can be used as standalone asset; the viewer only needs a mp4 player which is available on each system. You can use an embedded video file or refer to a published MP4 file on YouTube (and probably in next version also possible with Vimeo files). Interactive objects can always be scored, and reported to a LMS. To my amazement, software sims with that scoring feature were largely appreciated by my former college students as self-assessments. Intro.

5 Ways Serious Games Can “Level Up” Your Sales Reps

Knowledge Guru

Our experience has shown that games are often the perfect addition to a sales training program or set of reinforcement and reference tools. Meanwhile, the scores that reps rack up can become informative to managers, showing which individuals or locations have the best grasp of key product knowledge, procedures, and selling skills. Players gain and lose sales and increase or decrease customer satisfaction based on their answers to customer questions.

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NexGen Learning Systems T-Grid 2019-20

eLearning 24-7

Just enough to score well, but trend lines pointing that this may be the best they get, even if they continue to add NexGen, they are still behind the curve to rise. . Based on what I defined as Tier 3 NexGen functionality (see down the page, under “Criteria Functionality”), the higher the score rating, the higher the level of well, strength. They are the best of the best in terms of Next Generation functionality, with the minimum scoring 98.5

Discovering Adobe InDesign for eLearning

Integrated Learnings

Your design of the document would be much simpler, so the end user could easily print it for future reference. Flash Player (SWF). It will not interact with an LMS for scoring. By Dean Hawkinson. If you have been developing eLearning for any period of time, you have probably used several of Adobe’s applications to create engaging and interactive courses. With Adobe Captivate , you can create some great system simulations.

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DevCorner: Outside the Eye – Where App Innovation and Creativity Meet

TechSmith Camtasia

Jukey is an Android music player, designed to mimic a Jukebox. Latin Phrasebook is a lightweight Android app that provides a rich collection of Latin phrases, their English translations, and many literary references. The app keeps score which lets it automatically order the items in a list as you go. Comparing list items against each other and keeping score is something I had been doing on paper for years. Jukey is an iOS music player, designed to mimic a Jukebox.