June 21, 2020
How to allow multiple, different right answers?
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June 21, 2020
How to allow multiple, different right answers?
I am an agile coach and an executive leadership coach. I typically work with organizations who want to transform their culture, often involving many people, like my current client of 300,000 people. I'm hoping to learn to do eLearning well enough to scale myself.
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Hi – In captivate, how can I allow multiple right answers, that differ from user to user?  For example,

“Which of the course goals do you feel will help you the most?”

A. goal 1

B. goal 2

c. goal 3

I want it to be possible for any or all answers to be right (or better, to not mark right/wrong at all). For example:

1. User 1 chooses A and B, vs.

2. User 2 choose B only.

I want both responses to be right.

So far what I have tried and didn’t work:

1. Multiple choice knowledge check with multiple right answers enabled, and

2. Checkboxes, because they allow the user to choose more than 1 response (but this also didn’t work because I think you have to mark each checkbox variable as right or wrong, 0 or 1

Thanks in advance for your advice,

Kelly

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2020-06-23 21:53:58
2020-06-23 21:53:58

Thanks – I’ll try these

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2020-06-23 14:11:29
2020-06-23 14:11:29

First off, I would agree that the concept of not marking these right or wrong at all is the best option. One cannot objectively score responses regarding amoral topics that are based solely on self-perception.

Why make it a quiz at all, then? Maybe just make a standard slide and have a button show if they have picked at least one thing…?

Do you want/need to assign some points for verification of completion?
Do you want to show the responses again later in the project?

I think it would help in this case to know the end game – to best steer you.

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2020-06-23 08:31:17
2020-06-23 08:31:17

This article is not a blog, I suppose, but a question?

Why not use a Survey type of question? It will have to be a MCQ with multiple correct answers.

Other alternative is to create custom survey slides, using standard objects and the checkboxes learning interaction. All depends on what you want to do with the results?

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