As part of this week’s Articulate challenge, the goal was to create a quiz that would test the learner on an instructional design principle, model, researcher, or theorist.
For my submission, I chose to create a Fact or Myth quiz. In this challenge, I used variables and slide triggers to display a learner’s progress through the quiz and also created a custom Progress Meter displayed using Articulate’s Lightbox feature (See below).
Articulate’s Lightbox Feature
The Progress Meter was accessible after answering each question and via a custom button I added to the Articulate player (#1). I also personalized the quiz by using a variable to capture and present the learner’s name during each Myth or Fact question (#2).
#1: Check Progress custom button
#2: Personalized with name entered by learner when quiz started.
I also utilized external links (#3) as part of the feedback mechanism. These external links were designed to allow the learner to gain additional knowledge by reading the actual article that served as the primary source for the question.
#3: External link takes learner to external website article or e-Learning demo that was the primary source for the question.
Click on the image below to take the quiz! I hope you enjoy this short demo!