Adventure Game Scenario Training, with variables and JavaScript

This is a scenario-based project I developed for training our production staff, who work on heavy machinery in an industrial plant. They face various learning challenges such as literacy, comprehension and language - English is often not their native language. So a more visual, engaging approach was needed, that would leverage the 'team spirit' of group training. Happily, they loved it and want more! I may have created a monster…

Variables/JS are used to collect a running total, which is then emailed. It would be easy enough to add vars for each slide score, but we only needed the total. It appears scenario results can't be collected via SCORM or TinCan, hence the var/JS solution.

The attached file includes 4 of the 16 questions. Content has been anonymized, a watermark placed on the images (iStock link in the project), plus all responses from the full project have been included (in case you don't speak D&D… lol). Hope you find it useful.

Demo: https://360.articulate.com/review/content/50b09279-e6aa-4fbe-b611-53488c78730f/review

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Justin Collinge

Hey Catherynne

I love it! Your example has opened a different way for me to tackle some of my client challenges - thanks so much for sharing!

Justin

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