Leaner's Quiz score in AOnline

We have a skills assessment we use to benchmark before/after for our programs.  We do NOT offer a Results Page because we find a big majority of our learners "fail" which is a negative message to communicate, especially initially.  However, we find that when the learners visit their content page on Articulate Online, they can see their score.  Is it possible to mask this results display in AOnline? 

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Christine Hendrickson

Hi Bud,

I just heard back from our Articulate Online guru and it looks like the only way you'd be able to keep the score from a user is by disabling the User Portal altogether. 

It's not possible to hide individual elements besides the ability to modify their email address and password in the User Portal.

I can totally see why you'd want this type of option, though. I think it would make a great feature request :)

Thanks!

Bud Keegan

Christine Hendrickson said:

Hi Bud,

I just heard back from our Articulate Online guru and it looks like the only way you'd be able to keep the score from a user is by disabling the User Portal altogether. 

It's not possible to hide individual elements besides the ability to modify their email address and password in the User Portal.

I can totally see why you'd want this type of option, though. I think it would make a great feature request

Thanks!

Hi Christine-

Thanks for your response on this— you mentioned disabling theuser portal—anyway I could do this and still use AOnline’s functionality (maysound like a dumb question but I want to be sure  I understand theanswer)?

Could I set a Pass at 0% so all users “pass”?  What I wantto do is conduct an assessment without having learners start a program labelledas failing the assessment out of the gate.  They will and we expect themto but it is entirely a positioning issue. 

Cheers, Bud

Christine Hendrickson

Hi there Bud!

You, yourself, will still see the reports, but your learners will not see the same functionality. They'll have access to the courses you share with them, but they won't be able to review the scores, etc. when they finish. 

Which program are you using for your courses? If you're using Storyline, maybe you could use Complete/Incomplete and have the course tracked by number of slides viewed, rather than actually scoring the course. Just a thought that might help if you want to keep the portal, but not actually display a score to the learners.

Thanks!

Christine