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Detailed Feedback to User Responses in Assessments with Storyline: How?

Detailed Feedback to User Responses in Assessments with Storyline: How?

When you develop formative assessments for your online learning course using the drag and drop interactivity in Articulate Storyline, it may be difficult to give feedback to the every question. As a learning development professional, you know that it is very important to give feedback to your learners in formative assessments. But, how can you do it?

In Articulate Storyline, by default, as soon as the learner attempts a question in an assessment created using the drag and drop interactivity, a pop-up is displayed indicating that the response is correct or incorrect. If you want to give feedback explaining why the learner response is correct or not, you can create a conclusion layer which comes after “correct or incorrect” pop-up.

In this blog let us see how to create that conclusion layer

Step 1: Create a normal drag-and-drop activity.

Step 1

Step 2:Generally, after the creation of a drag-and-drop slide,Correct and Incorrect layers are created automatically. Customize feedback layers as per the requirement.

Step 2

Step 2

Step 3: Insert the Conclusion layer in the slide.

Step 3

Step 4:Make sure the Hide the other slide layers check box is checked in the Slide layer properties window.

Step 4

Step 5: Go to Correct and Incorrect layers and insert the text “Continue”.

Step 5

Step 6: Add the trigger (as shown below) in Correct and Incorrect layers.

Show the Conclusion layer when the user clicks the Continue text box.

Step 6

Step 7:Jump to the Next slide and a trigger should be added to the Conclusion layer.

Step 7

Publish or Preview the course and see the output.

Step 7

This is the way todisplay the conclusion after completion of a drop-and-drag activity using Articulate Storyline. Hope this blogwas helpful. Please share your thoughts and views.

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