The splash page is a great visual way to start and segment your courses, our standard splash page has space for an image, text and has a ‘Start’ button so your learners know how to progress in the module.
This page will show the results of a ‘Survey’ page in your Project, this is an excellent way to illustrate to your learners how their peers have interacted with the course.
To edit this Page type
Add a ‘Survey’ page to your Project:
Add answers to your ‘Survey’.
…set your ‘Survey’ page to be scored by pressing ‘Page settings’, clicking ‘Scoring & completion’ and then ‘This page is completed by’ to ‘User submitting a SCORE’.
Now add your Graphed Results page, click the edit button for the chart:
…click the ‘Graph’ icon:
…choose the page that you would like to take results from using the ‘Page’ dropdown:
…and choose the ‘Graph type’ you would like from this dropdown:
…now when you view your course as a finished release you will see your graph results.
Please note that your graph will only display results in your final release. Until you make a release, ‘Preview’ will display placeholder values.
The page on which you have your graph needs to be a different page to the scored page from which you are reporting.
This page is divided into two columns so that you can have an image on one side and text on the other.
The ‘Score Summary’ page will automatically show the scores of all pages in your Project that have been set to ‘User submitting a score’ or ‘User submitting a CORRECT score’.
Simply add a ‘Score Summary’ page to a Project with scored pages, then attempt the Project in Preview, and you will see your scores on the Summary page!
Please note that when using the Score Summary, each question must be on their own page, as having more than one question on one page may cause the score to display incorrectly.
This includes using questions like the 'Answer A or B' which have multiple questions within one part, as these would be counted as multiple questions.
💡 Pro Tip! Please note that your ‘Score Summary’ page will need to be on a separate page to your questionnaire pages.
💡 Pro Tip! The Score Summary cannot be used in conjunction with Score Weighting.