Making your multi-choice questions slides more engaging.
One of the things I dislike about captivate is the multi-choice choice question slides because they are not very attractive for the learner. This is a solution I use that can be used with smart shapes and text or with smart shapes with images. I use smart shapes for the buttons, feedback container and the controls. I use a mix of advanced actions and builtin states and custom states to provide an indication of which button was selected and which feedback needs to be visible. I have four states for the feedback (correct, incorrect, No answer selected and default). as follows:
Default Slide View
No Answer Selected
Incorrect Answer Selected
Correct Answer Selected
Review the Question and Answers Given
States for the Feedback
States for the Image Buttons
The slide has a reset question button to give the learner 3 chances to take the question. It also has review slide where the answers selected are shown correct or incorrect. I’ve also added a correct and incorrect audio file to the slide.
Its very simple to switch out the images and reuse the slide for other questions. The scoring for the quiz in handled in a continue smart shape that adds to the quiz score if the user selects the correct 3 answers.
No credit card required.
Certificate Program in Las Vegas, Oct 2nd, 2019