Survey Results--Storyline

We just launched our first Storyline eLearning and have gotten great feedback so far!

We incorporated several open-ended survey questions into the learning--but haven't figured out how to view the results.  Our LMS reports a score on the graded questions, but we can't access the other info.

Any suggestions? (Our LMS is Taleo.)  Thanks!

38 Replies
Wendy Farmer

Hi Lee

iwithout knowing your setup I wanted to make a note about my sample. If they select A for Q1 then change their mind and select B it will add + 1 to both variables A and B.

To get around this you could change the non selected radio buttons to disabled effectively disallowing 'a change of mind'.

alternatively, you change the trigger to add +1 or -1 based on states. 

Hope that makes sense

Lee  Cain

Learning Styles Questionnaire

We did it with your help Wendy thanks... here's the finished piece if you have any recomendations? It is a little sticky with the counter adding both values if the user changes their score but otherwise it works a treat. also seems to be a little tricky with IE on the HTML 5 version. Have you experienced this previously? 

Lee  Cain

Thanks Leslie. I'm just trying to get to grips as to how we could show a different version for IE users? Will we need to use a browser query or something? Currently we're using an Iframe to present the content and of course we dont know what device the user will be using. We've already created amobile and desktop version (different sizes) which you can see if you resize the browser. Any help would be greatly apreciated.

Leslie McKerchie

Hi Lee!

I think the following documentation will address a lot of your questions, since much of this is handled automatically.

Articulate Storyline lets you publish courses for Flash, HTML5, and the Articulate Mobile Player app. To distribute your published content, upload it to your web server or LMS, then link to the story.html file in the published output. Here’s how Storyline determines which version of your content to display when learners view it.