Trying to make sense, going in circles, need help

I am trying to the following in Story Line. Do you know if this is possible? Let's say I have three scenes in a project ,with a quiz at the end of each scene.

The menu shows a list of slides, and assessments. (mostly imported ppt slides w/ audio attached in SL)
  • The user can start, or select the first scene slide right away. Other segments and assessments are visible but cannot be selected yet.
  • After completing the first scene, the first assessment becomes available. (The user can select the assessment from a main menu, or is routed to the assessment by clicking NEXT (or equivalent) from the last frame of the first segment.)
  • If user does not pass the quiz, user must go back to review the scene.
  • After passing the first quiz, the second scene becomes available. The third scene remains unavailable until passing the second quiz.
  • On passing the final quiz, is there a button that will close the window?

I don't doubt it can be done, I'm just a bit stuck on what logic tools to use and how.


8 Replies
Bruce Graham

Scott,

The good news is that this can be done - pretty much exactly the scenario I had when I built course you can see below.

Bad news is that I'm going to have to rely on Gerry to build the POC for you, as cannot let this one go "public". Sorry!

My suggestion would be to build each stage, then tick it off, and figure out how the next "choice" happens. That way you can "...eat the elephant slowly" and attack the issue piece at a time.

Bruce

Scott Johnson

Gerry,

You really are a super hero. That appears to be exactly what I've been trying to figure out. Thanks even more for the actual SL file so I can study just what is happening. I'm also trying to understand the issue of variables and how they are stored or accessed. Sometimes, when I test a section, I find that the results slide says I passed (when I did in fact) but the score it shows me is zero. Got a suggestion for where to find this kind of answer?

Scott Johnson

Scott Johnson said:

Gerry,

You really are a super hero. That appears to be exactly what I've been trying to figure out. Thanks even more for the actual SL file so I can study just what is happening. I'm also trying to understand the issue of variables and how they are stored or accessed. Sometimes, when I test a section, I find that the results slide says I passed (when I did in fact) but the score it shows me is zero. Got a suggestion for where to find this kind of answer?

I suppose disabling the menu as a navigation tool is a key to the solution, which makes the menu far less valuable, but still with some purpose.