DSE results results results

Hi Everyone

I've been building a DSE training/assessment tool in Storyline. As the learner works through the module learning about how to set up their desk correctly they also answer questions about their own work space. I've used true/false questions changing the wording to yes/no and setting yes as correct. My theory is that if I set the pass rate at 100%, any no answers will flag to the user that they need to review their answers and discuss their no's with their line manager.

My question is, is it possible to display the answer to each question on the results slide rather than just the overall result which I keep getting. Any solutions, even if it means rework, gladly recieved.

Thanks

Danny

9 Replies
Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Danny and welcome to Heroes!

You could set this up - and what it would involve is adjusting a variable for each question and then using the variable reference on the results slide to show the user how they answered. 

You may also want to look into the built in Review quiz functionality which would take the user back to the questions they answered and show their answer (and you can choose to show which is correct). 

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Danny,

You'd need to set up a variable for each question to capture what the student answered. If you're looking for the user to be able to print something, does it need to be on the results slide? You could enable the "Print results" feature and that would generate an html page which the use could then print out. 

Danny Ward

Hi Ashley

Thanks for your help so far. I have enabled the print function but I am still a bit stuck on how to use a variable to show the answer on the results slide. I've read the link you recommended but it's a bit broad brush. Would this be a true/false variable making it appear on the slide once the question is answered?

Thanks

Danny

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Danny,

It's going to depend on the question type and could get "busy" fast on your results slide depending on how many questions there are. A t/f variable would easily work if you had all easy T/F style questions - and then adjust the variable based on what the user answered and then reference the variable on the results slide. 


If you were using something more involved like a multiple choice - you'd need to use a text variable and based on what the user clicks on (and the selected state of the particular radio button) adjust the value of the text variable and then reference that on the results slide. 

If you've got a set up your working with, I can try and take a look at at least set up an initial one for you. 

Glen Savory

Hi Ashley,

Ive built a DSE assessment in Storyline 2, and are looking to see how i maybe able to improve on it, maybe using some on the fuctionality like variables as per this forum.   Would you be able to have a review for me and provide any tips?   Just want to ensure im using storyline to the max as im a n00bie  :)

Thanks

Alyssa Gomez

Hey Glen! If there's any place to share and get feedback on your work, this ELH is it! There are lots of folks here, from beginners to experts, who can give you tips on how you can maximize Storyline's functionality based on your particular design. I'd also suggest creating a new post in the Building Better Courses side of the forums with the word "Feedback" in the title. You're likely to get more eyes on your project that way. :)