Getting The Right Results
This community has been fantastic in providing assistance, and I'm hoping you can keep up your streak.
In my Storyline course, I'm quizzing students (i.e graded questions) throughout the lessons, giving feedback on correct / incorrect answers. The course is a bit lengthy so it makes sense to weave in the questions at the end of the lessons, especially if they aren't able to complete the course in one sitting.
What I want to do is to tally the grade at the end of the course and present them with a score. If they achieve a passing score, great. But if they don't achieve a passing score, I want them to get another attempt at answering all of the questions. The issue that I'm wrestling with is how to direct them back through ONLY the question slides if they fail and how to report only 1 score to the LMS.
My proposed solutions and pitfalls:
- Present a results slide at the end of the course that shows the score and has buttons to either take just the quiz again which would direct them to a separate scene with only the questions. If they go back to the original questions, they'll be caught up in the lesson slides. The issue here is that I'll have to use 2 results slides (one for the first time through and one for the quiz only scene). The LMS should only get one score.
- Put all of the quiz questions in their own scene and branch from the lesson to the quiz, back to the lesson, back to the quiz, etc. This would require, I think, to create some variable to make the "continue" button react differently based on the number of attempts to answer the question. For example, if the question was answered once, then the Continue button directs them back to the course discussion, but if the question was attempted more than once then the continue button directs them to the next question. This seems to solve the issue of multiple results slides.
- Which proposal do you think would work best?
- Are both technically possible? And if so, what would it look like?