Best / Easiest Way to Create Knowledge Check Questions in Articulate Storyline 2

Mar 24, 2015

Hi All,

Looking for some suggestions...  I have a ppt that I've imported into Articulate Storyline 2.  Within the ppt, I already have a number of True/False, Multiple Choice, and Select All That Apply Knowledge Check questions [at the end of each topic] that were already formatted (Title on top, the same picture in each with a question mark in it, the question/answer text, desired fonts, buttons for the learner to click, etc.).  For the Knowledge Check questions, I don't want to provide a results slide, just want them to get feedback after answering (e.g., "Correct...", "Incorrect...", "Try Again").  Rather than start from scratch, what's the best way to use what I already have to create these Knowledge Check questions in my course? 

Many thanks,



5 Replies
Corey Klein

Thanks for your note, Emily.  That wasn't exactly what I was referring to, but I've been figuring out how to create those Knowledge Check questions as best as I can since my post.  There might be better ways, but I'm getting them done nonetheless.  I like how I can copy and paste from ppt and then leverage the Knowledge Check questions that I've created in earlier topics as I continue developing the course.  That's helpful.  Continuing to move forward  - - - and learning!  : )


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