Adobe Captivate 7 is multipurpose developing tool used for all kinds of eLearning requirements. It enables us to create highly interactive courses with many in-built features. With this tool we can develop eye-catching quizzes, and we can also customize the quizzes in a very interactive way. Let’s see the list of quizzes you can develop in Adobe Captivate 7.
The following are frequently developed quizzes.
- Multiple Choice
- Fill in the blanks
- Short answers
- Hot spots
Here is an insert question slide wizard.
Let’s have a look at each quiz in detail.
This type of assessment contains one question and multiple answers; in response learners have to select one relevant answer to the respected question. The default multiple choice slide contains one demo question and two answer choices A and B. We can edit the questions by double clicking on the demo question and we can add up to 8 answer choices. For example, refer the screenshot given below.
True/False is an alternative choice test; in these types of tests the learners will examine the statement assigned in the test and check whether it is true or false. In adobe captivate the default slide contains the statement and the answer choices True or False.
Fill in the blanks
Fill in the blank questions consist of a phrase, sentence, or paragraph with a blank space indicating where the student should provide the missing word.
A learner has to fill the empty blanks with appropriate answers.
Short answers are similar to question and answers; a learner can answer the questions in short.
Match the following is a challenging question type; these tests contain Column 1 and Column 2; in Column 1 will have some statements and also in Column 2 the learner has to guess the correct statement and match the Column 1 statement with Column 2.
Hotspots are also a type of test in Captivate. The learner has to identify the parts of an object.
For example, identify the red colour flake from the group of yellow flowers. Click on the right place.
A sequence question slide contains a list of items; the learner should arrange them in the sequential order.
For example, arrange the shuffled paragraph in a sequential order.
Drag and drop
With Adobe Captivate 7 you can also create Drag and Drop interactivity. It is the new feature in Captivate 7; the learner has to answer the questions by dragging and dropping the objects.
These are the list of quizzes you can develop in Adobe Captivate 7. We can also make quizzes more interactive by customizing the templates. With its intuitive interphase you can easily insert these quizzes in your eLearning programs.
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