It is common knowledge that assessments play key role in evaluating the knowledge of learners. Articulate Storyline provides a feature to the learner to review the feedback given to him, after attempting a quiz. You can tailor the default feedback for each question, according to the requirement, by following the below mentioned steps. In this post, I would like to share how to add custom feedback for a quiz review.
Follow the steps below to add custom review feedback:
Step 1: Insert quiz questions of the desired type from the Insert tab. Here, I have created a True/ False question.
Step 2: Click on the Edit True/ False button
Step 3: From the window opened, click on More button in the POST_QUIZ REVIEW layer.
Step 4: This opens a new popup, enabling the developers to type the custom feedback. Now, type your own feedback and click OK. (Note that these feedback are provided at the question level and may vary for each question)
We can even add audio for this layer and also link the current slide to other slides of the file, using the options provided.
Step 5: Now you can find the Review layer on the top of our Layers.
Step 6: Add a Result Slide with a Review Quiz button. By checking the output, you can see that our custom feedback appears in the default way as shown in the screenshot below.
The green bar at the bottom with a green tick mark beside the correct option will be shown for a correct answer and a red bar at the bottom with a red cross mark beside the incorrect option for a wrong answer.
We cannot prevent them appearing in the Storyline interface (as far as I know), but can hide them by placing other objects on them.
Step 7: Open the Review layer and add your objects for both correct and incorrect answers. Make sure that these objects are in the hidden state.
Step 8: Create a variable of True/ False type. I have created a variable with the name myVar, here.
Step 9: Go to the quiz slide and add a trigger to show the Review layer when the timeline starts for that slide if the value of the variable myVar is equal to True.
Step 10: Now create another variable of True/ False type (here, I have created a variable with the name question1 with default value as False) and adjust it to True when the learner selects the correct answer.
Step 11: The last step is to add the following triggers in the Review layer to show corresponding feedback based on the learner’s answer.
- Change the state of objects (that are to be shown for correct feedback) to Normal, when the value of the variable question1 is True.
- Change the state of objects (that are to be shown for Incorrect feedback) to Normal, when the value of the variable question1 is False.
- It’s finished! We get the output as shown in the screenshots below.
For correct answer:
For incorrect answer:
We can even add audio or video files in the feedback. More about it in my next post.
Hope this is useful. Please do share your suggestions/ comments.
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