Knowledge check - multiple correct answers

Sep 07, 2017

I like the knowledge check block under Interactive in the Block Library. At the moment it's only possible to have 1 correct answer. Are there any plans on adding multiple correct answers? - It would make it much more stronger when building up reflection learning paths.

20 Replies
Katie Riggio

Hi Ole,

Great question, and I also agree with the notion of having multiple correct answers!

I'm excited to note that as of this Monday (11/13), Articulate launched a new feature on Rise that now allows users to create assessments that have more than one correct answer. You can view a demo video and instructions on how to get started with this feature here.

I hope this helps, and let me know if you have any questions along the way!

Louise Lindop

Hi Katie,

I found this thread when wondering the same thing about the knowledge check. While I have used the feature you describe in the Quiz, there is still not an option to have multiple correct answers in a knowledge check block in the interactive block library. Do you know if there are any plans to add this feature?

Max Ricketts

This feature has also been requested here:

I would like to add my voice to others who have requested this feature.  I'm not quite sure why these questions weren't set up originally in the exact same way as they are in quizzes - it's like only part of the functionality was transferred over.  It would make a lot of sense to have this feature line up with the way questions work in quizzes, since it's what users expect.  I hope this gets added to the product roadmap; it would be a natural upgrade and given that the functionality is already there with quizzes, and the interfaces are extremely similar, doesn't seem like it would be very hard to implement.

Megan Morgan

Here's where I'm stuck: I want my learner to be able to tell me what categories of items they have on their list. There's no right or wrong answer, I just want them to be able to reflect. How do I do that on the multiple choice option? I'd also be open to fill in the blank but then how do I indicate that any answer is correct. 

Greg Mulvey

Using the Multiple Response block I set up the selections and marked all of them as correct. I want to make it so if the user selects any of the answers, even if it is just one they get the same response.

I choose the "Any Response" option and it works, however RISE ads above it "Incorrect." How do I get rid of that or change it to say Correct?

Sarah Parsons

Hello! I'd like to chime in on this as well. Would love to be able to use the Checkboxes/Mult Choice Knowledge Check or Quiz question as a checklist, where any answer is possible as a summary/self reflection type of activity, and not that they need to be correct. Please let us know if this becomes available. Thank you!

Daniel Wurm

How are students supposed to know that a multiple response question requires more than one answer, or even how many answers they need to select? When I tested the question when reviewing it it did not state how many correct answers there were. This is a really basic feature of most course authorship tools. Have I missed something?