Summarising results on a single page

Oct 29, 2014

I want to show a series of videos, and after each video have the viewer rate a variable on a 1-10 scale. I do not wish to provide any correct/incorrect feedback nor a results score/pass at the end. However, I do want to provide a single summary chart which lists all the variables they assessed and how they were scored. Am I able to link the answer from each question page to a final, single summary? I have tried using the ungraded survey format and creating a trigger for each possible answer to appear on another page, but to no avail.

5 Replies
Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Lynn,

Not sure if this will meet your needs, but here's one way. Oh, and it's using SL1 since I wasn't sure which version you're using.

Insert a number variable on each slide with instructions to the Learner to type in their evaluation between 1 and 10.

Ensure they use only these values by adding triggers.
Here', I've added a warning prompt that's initially hidden. It appears if they type in "incorrect" values.
There's also a condition added to the next button to only jump to the next slide if the correct values are typed in.

The last slide contains text boxes that reference the number variables

Please shout out with any questions

Lynn Mathew

Hi Rebecca,

Thank you so much. This looks like what I need. However, I’m brand new to SL this week and stupidly can’t see how to insert a ‘number variable’ (I’m on SL2). I’ll bet it’s really obvious, but all I can see are shapes or text boxes. I think I ‘get’ everything else you’ve described. Thanks!

Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Lynn,

OMG! Brand new and already challenging yourself like this ;). You're too much. And, nothing stupid about it. To insert a data entry that's a numeric entry in SL2:

  1. Click the Insert tab on the ribbon 
  2. Click the Controls drop-down (it's on the Interactive Objects group)
  3. Select Numeric Entry Field in the Data Entry area

Insert Numeric Entry

The other instructions also may stump you since you're just starting out. If so, please post back!

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