Feedback in Quizmaker

Carmen Bloom

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Posted Thursday, December 22, 2011 at 2:35 PM  

Is there a way to have the feedback show up under the multiple choice selections rather than as a pop-up? Is this typically done with branching?

 

I have several scenarios that the user will answer multiple question regarding each scenario and I want it to appear as though they are viewing only one slide with the multiple response scrolling on the screen.

 

I have an example of what I would like to accomplish and could possible share that if someone could contact me.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Carmen


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Posted Friday, December 23, 2011 at 11:36 AM  

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Carmen,

 

I too like to have the same display you speak of.  I don't do it in quizmaker - I do it with branching and hyperlinking in presenter.  It's actually quite an easy process - the only problem comes if you have to make an edit to the question after you create all of your slides - because then you have to make the change on each of 5 or so slides, instead of the one time edit you would have to do in quizmaker.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Heidi


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Posted Friday, December 23, 2011 at 11:36 AM  

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Carmen,

 

I too like to have the same display you speak of.  I don't do it in quizmaker - I do it with branching and hyperlinking in presenter.  It's actually quite an easy process - the only problem comes if you have to make an edit to the question after you create all of your slides - because then you have to make the change on each of 5 or so slides, instead of the one time edit you would have to do in quizmaker.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Heidi


Carmen Bloom

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Posted Tuesday, December 27, 2011 at 10:26 AM  

Heidi,

 

I think you answered my question and solved my delima. Thank you so much for the help. I see what you mean about editing the question across all slides.

 

Carmen


Ron Price

218 posts

Posted Tuesday, December 27, 2011 at 10:33 AM  

Hello Carmen,

 

This can also be done in QuizMaker using its branching features.  You can create Blank Slides in Quizmaker that contain your feedback content. Then on your question, use the "more" feature under feedback to access "branching".  You will want to delete any content in the default feedback box so that the your blank slide will take it's place.

 

Hope that helps.


Carmen Bloom

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Posted Wednesday, January 18, 2012 at 2:37 PM  

Heidi Winkel said:

Carmen,

 

I too like to have the same display you speak of.  I don't do it in quizmaker - I do it with branching and hyperlinking in presenter.  It's actually quite an easy process - the only problem comes if you have to make an edit to the question after you create all of your slides - because then you have to make the change on each of 5 or so slides, instead of the one time edit you would have to do in quizmaker.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Heidi



Heidi,

 

Will what you describe result in this type of look?

 


Posted Thursday, January 19, 2012 at 5:02 AM  

Carmen,

 

I'm glad you brought this up again!  Since my last post I discovered a great (and obvious - was kicking myself) work around to the editing problem!  If you use a slide master for the question itself, and the only thing on the slides themselves are the answers and the answer markers, then it becomes much more simple.

 

Could you rephrase the question you're trying to ask?  I'm sorry there seems to be a typo, and I don't follow you.

 

I've attached an example, using a course that I'm currently working on.  Hopefully that'll help!

 

 


slide feedback example.pptx
Carmen Bloom

5 posts

Posted Thursday, January 19, 2012 at 1:24 PM  

Heidi Winkel said:

Carmen,

 

I'm glad you brought this up again!  Since my last post I discovered a great (and obvious - was kicking myself) work around to the editing problem!  If you use a slide master for the question itself, and the only thing on the slides themselves are the answers and the answer markers, then it becomes much more simple.

 

Could you rephrase the question you're trying to ask?  I'm sorry there seems to be a typo, and I don't follow you.

 

I've attached an example, using a course that I'm currently working on.  Hopefully that'll help!

 

 


slide feedback example.pptx


Heidi,

 

I am unable to open the slide feedback example.


Posted Friday, January 20, 2012 at 7:19 AM  

Have you been able to open other presentations on this site?  There's a trick.  When you first click on it and have the choice to open or save, save it as a pptx and then open it.  You should then be good to go.


Carmen Bloom

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Posted Friday, January 20, 2012 at 8:57 AM  

Heidi Winkel said:

Have you been able to open other presentations on this site?  There's a trick.  When you first click on it and have the choice to open or save, save it as a pptx and then open it.  You should then be good to go.



Heidi,

 

I think that our system may be blocking the download. Would you be able to email this to me at carmen.bloom@panhandlebank.com?

Thank you,

Carmen


yuna B

43 posts

Posted Thursday, May 17, 2012 at 4:27 PM  

Hi

I managed to open and view your presentation. It looks very good, well done. My question is how do  you get a score for the quiz? I am trying to make a quiz in quizmaker that will show the feedback right away, but I also have to collect a score.

thanks


Posted Friday, May 18, 2012 at 5:55 AM  

Hi Yuna,

 

You can easily use quizmaker to show the feedback right away.  Carmen and I were using the work around so that we could avoid the pop-ups.  If you're willing to use the pop-ups, quizmaker will work perfectly for you!

 

In the player template, in the navigation section, under answer submission, you'd want to select to "submit one question at a time."

 

Within the question, in the display box you can choose if you want your feedback by question or by answer.  The number of attempts  you set effects how soon the user will receive the feedback. 

 

In the player template in the question list section you can select if you want to display the point value, display the actual points awarded, and/or display correct/incorrect icons.

 

Does that help, or did I misunderstand your question?

 

Heidi


yuna B

43 posts

Posted Friday, May 18, 2012 at 9:34 AM  

Hi Hiedi,

thanks for the reply. I am actually trying not to have any popups, have instant feedback, and still have the quiz graded. Is all that possible?

thanks


Posted Friday, May 18, 2012 at 9:41 AM  

Hello Yuna,

 

Yes, using Ron's suggestion above.  When I first read it I did see the brilliance in his plan!