Assessments are more serious exercises designed to test the learner, these exercises don’t give the learner feedback after submitting their answer.

Knowledge Checks are questions designed to help someone learn a topic, the learner is asked a question and then they receive feedback on their answer.

Surveys
are designed to obtain information from the learner and present it back to them, there is no right or wrong answer to a survey.

To see a live example of these different form type click here.

For each of the following Page types you will be able to see which form type the page type is available as from the ‘Available as’ section.

Drag and drop

With this page type the Learner is asked to drag options into one of the ‘drop areas’.

To set the correct Drop Target for each option

Click the Edit icon for the Dropper

…click the ‘Drop Target’ dropdown and select the correct Drop Target:

Drag and Drop scoring

Possible scores for Drag and Drops are either correct, incorrect or partially correct, and the resulting score will follow the usual scoring and weighting as configured in the Page Settings (see Advanced Scoring).

Available as…

Assessment, Knowledge Check.

Fill in the Blanks

With this page type the learner is asked to submit a text answer, the text needs to match with the answer.

To edit the this Page type

Add your question text.

Click the area where you wish for your learner to add their answer, then click ‘Add Blank’.

Select the default text and then type your answer to overwrite the default text:

Hint: don’t press delete or you will delete your answer box.

…now when your learner is viewing your content they will see an empty box where they can add their answer, if their answer does not match they will receive an ‘Incorrect’ score:

If you wish to add more than one potential answer you can do so by separating the answers with commas, this can be useful for if you have many different spellings of a word, for instance if you add this:

…you could accept either Authorise or Authorize.

Available as…

Assessment, Knowledge Check.

Image Answer Multiple Choice

With this page type the learner is asked to choose multiple answers from a selection of image answer boxes.

Available as…

Assessment, Knowledge Check, Survey.

Single Choice Image Grid

With this page type the learner is asked to choose a single answer from a selection of image answer boxes.

Available as…

Assessment, Knowledge Check, Survey.

Multiple Choice Image Grid

With this page type the learner is asked to choose multiple answers from a selection of answers that are placed on an image.

Available as…

Assessment, Knowledge Check, Survey.

Image Explorer Single Choice

With this page type the learner is asked to choose a single answer from a selection of answers that are placed on an image.

Available as…

Assessment, Knowledge Check, Survey.

Multiple Choice

With this page type the learner is asked to choose multiple answers from a selection of answers that are in text boxes.

Available as…

Assessment, Knowledge Check, Survey.

Single Choice

With this page type the learner is asked to choose a single answer from a selection of answers that are in text boxes.

Available as…

Assessment, Knowledge Check, Survey.

Image Answer Individual Feedback

With this page type the learner is asked to choose a single answer from a selection of image answer boxes, depending on which answer is submitted a unique feedback pop up will display.

Click here for more information on creating an Individual Feedback.

Available as…

Knowledge Check.

Image Explorer Individual Feedback

With this page type the learner is asked to choose a single answer from a selection of answers that are placed on an image, depending on which answer is submitted a unique feedback pop up will display.

Click here for more information on creating an Individual Feedback.

Available as…

Knowledge Check.

Individual Feedback

With this page type the learner is asked to choose a single answer from a selection of answers that are in text boxes, depending on which answer is submitted a unique feedback pop up will display.

Click here for more information on creating an Individual Feedback.

Available as…

Knowledge Check.

Likert

With this page type the learner is asked to record a response to a statement using a slider.

This is very helpful for creating diagnostic pages and for self reflection.

Add additional answers

You can add additional answer options to a Likert using the ‘Add Answer’ button:

Add additional Likerts

You can add multiple Likerts to one form using the ‘Add Question’ button:

Available as…

Assessment, Knowledge Check, Survey.

Likert scoring

There are two different scoring mechanisms for Likerts, depending on the Page Type category of the Likert:

For Assessment and Knowledge Check Likerts, scores submitted are either correct, incorrect or partially correct, and the resulting score will follow the usual scoring and weighting as configured in the Page Settings (see Advanced Scoring).

For Survey Likerts, the scoring works from left to right, with the leftmost point being 100% of the score and the rightmost point being 0%. With these Likerts you cannot set Correct or Incorrect options. If you add additional Likerts all of the scores will combine to give you a 100%. Click here for interactive example.

Multiple response

With this page type the learner is asked more than one question:

…if the learner answers all of the questions correctly they will receive a correct score for this page.

Available as…

Assessment, Knowledge Check, Survey.

Sortable

With this page type the learner is asked to re-order a set of options that have been randomised.

Available as…

Assessment, Knowledge Check.

Video with Question at the end

With this page type the learner views a video and at the end of the video a Text answer Single Choice displays.

To edit the this Page type

You can add a Video to this page by following these steps.

You can view the Text answer Single Choice overlay for this page by pressing this button:

Available as…

Assessment, Knowledge Check, Survey.

Changing form type

If you decide that you would like to change form type after it has been built, you can do so by entering ‘Layout designer’ by pressing this button whilst you are on the page you would like to change:

…then click the edit button in the top right of the form you would.

…choose the form type you would like to change to.

Then press the ‘Save’ icon and choose how you would like to save, we recommend the following settings if you only want to alter the page you are currently on:

…for more information about saving in ‘Layout designer’ click here.

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