Articulate Quizmaker 2.1

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This guest blog entry was written by Helene Geiger and Scott Schmeer, Articulate users from. In Articulate Quizmaker, the default feedback type is a pop-up box that looks something like the image below.

Articulate Quizmaker 2.1

File Download First, please download this file: [url removed, login to view] Background I am using software called "Articulate Quizmaker 2.1". I am haveing endless problems with articulate quizmaker and the Articulate ribbon (but i guess that is for another forum. Articulate Assembly Version: 2.1.1303.2214.

A lot of times, this works fine. You can even dress up the contents of the pop-up box with styled text, audio, and even hyperlinks. But what if your design calls for more robust feedback? It’s Quizmaker’s blank slide feature to the rescue!

This feature gives you an empty canvas on which you can create any kind of feedback you want — without leaving Quizmaker. Here are three examples. Example 1: Placing Your Feedback Exactly Where You Want It In this first example, we’re teaching bartenders how to check customers’ IDs. When the user selects an answer and clicks submit, they get something that looks very different from the traditional pop-up box. By sending the learner to a blank slide for feedback, we get more control over the placement of our feedback message. We can place the message anywhere we like, so that it doesn’t obscure other key elements on the slide.

Realflow 2012 Free Download Full Version. Check it out: Example 2: Showing Instead of Telling Here’s a second example. This time, we’re teaching computer training.

We use a hotspot question to give the learner some practice with selecting the correct key on the keyboard. Because we’re using a blank slide for feedback, we don’t just tell the learner the right answer, we show them: Example 3: Providing Different Feedback for Different Answers The third example is an attorney training course. Here, we use a blank slide to provide branched feedback. We set up the quiz so that each answer links to a different feedback slide for re-teaching. The learner takes a customized route through the quiz.

You may want to run through this one a few times and try different answers: How’s It Done? So how do you set up Quizmaker with blank slides for enhanced feedback? Follow along to see how we built the third example above: Want to Discuss? If you have questions, or if you have your own blank slide techniques to share, feel free to open a thread in the or connect with us via.

Unfortunately, you can’t require the learner to click on 2 different hotspots for a correct answer. Here’s an approach. In the question graphic, highlight the ALT key. In the question text, you could say something like, “To exit the application, you must click ALT + what other key? Click the correct key, then click submit.” On the feedback slide, show both the ALT and F4 keys. Another approach is to set the question up as a multiple choice. Show different key combinations.

Ez Os-5020 Service Manual more. Have the learner click on the correct key combination. On the feedback slide, show the keyboard with the correct key combination highlighted. Thank you for the great ideas!

I am trying to pull off something very much like example #3 shown here but I am doing something wrong and cannot figure out what. As long as I select the answers sequentially (i.e. 1, then 2, then 3, and then 4), all is fine but if I select answers out of sequence (e.g. 2, 1, 4) it goes out of whack.

Can you please send me a link for the complete demo for example 3? The demo link seen here leads to an introduction only and does not say how the actual quiz was made.

Hi I am haveing endless problems with articulate quizmaker and the Articulate ribbon (but i guess that is for another forum This is the error message i get See the end of this message for details on invoking just-in-time (JIT) debugging instead of this dialog box. ************** Exception Text ************** System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.