Chances are that you’ll have multiple quiz and freeform questions spread throughout your e-learning course. Some of them you may want to track and some you may not.
When you go to publish a course you can choose to track by slides viewed or you can track by the results of the graded quiz questions. In this tutorial we’ll learn to create a result slide that pulls questions from multiple quizzes.
Watch this video first, then follow the steps below to practice.
Download and open the big-quiz.story file. The project file is loaded with three scenes and a few quiz questions so you can practice creating results slides. Although this project is a little simpler than the one shown in the screencast above, the principles for creating a result slide are the same.
Use these steps to get some practice using result slides:
- On the Insert tab, choose New Slide.
- Select the Quizzing tab.
- Then select the Results Slides tab. For this tutorial we’ll select the Graded Results Slide. Then click Insert.
- This opens the Result Slide Properties window, which displays all of the gradable questions in your course. Select the ones you wish to track and then choose the passing score.
- Click on the Options tab on the left side of the Result Slide Properties window, and you’ll see that you can choose what to display and whether or not to let the learner review the quiz or try again.
- Click OK to add the result slide to your course. Depending on what slide or scene was currently selected at the time you inserted the Result slide, you might find that the result slide ends up in a place other than where you want it. You can click and drag the slide thumbnail it to the place where you want it to appear. To drag it into a different scene, you'll need to be in Story View. (If you're not, just click the Story View tab at the upper-left of your workspace.)
- When you're ready to publish, choose the LMS option and you’ll notice that under the tracking options you can choose a result slide to track.
Articulate Storyline provides many options for assessing understanding. You can build a number of standard quiz questions or create your own using the freeform conversion feature. In either case, the sky’s the limit. And when you’re ready to publish, create a results slide and then select the questions you want to grade and track. It’s as easy as that.
Of course, there’s a lot more power to Storyline, but this should be enough to get you started.