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Quizmaker '13: Editing the Result Slide

The result slide is a unique slide that appears at the end of a quiz. Its purpose is to provide learners with feedback and follow-up instructions. For graded quizzes, you can also display a learner's score and whether or not they passed.

You won't have to add a result slide to your quiz. It'll get added automatically. You can, however, remove it if you don't need it. You get to edit its contents and design to suit your needs.

Opening the Result Slide

To open the result slide for editing, switch to Question List View, and click the Edit Result button on the Quizmaker ribbon.

The result slide opens in Slide View for editing.

Setting the Result Type or Removing the Result Slide

Before choosing your result slide options and designing the slide, decide which type of result slide is best for your quiz. Use the Result Type drop-down in the Result Slide Options panel on the right side of the screen to select one of the following:

  • Graded: Select this option if you want to calculate a score based on the learner's responses. You can choose whether or not to display their score on the result slide (see the next section in this tutorial), but the score will always be communicated to your learning management system (LMS).
  • Survey: Select this option if you don't need a score. The survey result slide simply tracks whether or not the learner completed your survey.
  • None: Select this option if you want to remove the result slide altogether. Then decide if you want the browser window (or tab) to close when the learner completes the quiz, or if you you want to direct them to a different URL upon completion.

Choosing Result Slide Options

Choose your Result Slide Options in the panel on the right side of the screen. These options will be different for each Result Type (see above).

Graded:

Graded result slides have Success Options and Failure Options. Click Successand Failure in the Feedback Layers panel in the lower right corner to see the options that correspond to each layer. Then mark the boxes for the options you want to include. (Tip: You can choose different options for each layer. For example, you might enable the Retry Quiz button on the Failure layer but disable it on the Successlayer.)

  • Show user's score: This option adds a placeholder to your result slide that'll display the percentage and number of points learners earn. 
  • Show passing score: This option adds a placeholder to your result slide that'll display the percentage and number of points required to pass the quiz. (Tip: Set the passing score in Quiz Properties.)
  • Allow user to review quiz: This option adds a Review Quiz button to your result slide. It lets learners go back and review their answers (but not change them). To also display right and wrong answers during review, mark the box to Show correct/incorrect responses when reviewing.
  • Allow user to print results: This option adds a Print Results button to your result slide. It lets learners print a copy of their results. To include the learner's name in the printed results, mark the box to Prompt the user for their name before printing. (Tip: To include question/answer details in the printed results, mark the box to Allow user to review quiz. If you don't let learners review the quiz, printed results will only display pass/fail information.)
  • Allow user to retry quiz: This option adds a Retry Quiz button to your result slide. It lets learners retake your quiz up to the number of times you specify in the Retries drop-down. (Tip: If you only want to give learners the opportunity to retry your quiz when they fail, mark this option on the Failure layer but not the Success layer.)
  • When the user finishes the quiz: Choose what happens when learners complete your quiz—either Close browser window or Go to URL. If you choose to direct learners to another URL, enter the URL in the corresponding field.

Survey:

  • Allow user to review survey: This option adds a Review Survey button to your result slide. It lets learners go back and review their responses (but not change them).
  • Allow user to print results: This option adds a Print Results button to your result slide. It lets learners print a copy of their results. To include the learner's name in the printed results, mark the box to Prompt the user for their name before printing. (Tip: To include question/answer details in the printed results, mark the box to Allow user to review survey. If you don't let learners review your survey, printed results will only display completion information.)
  • When the user finishes the quiz: Choose what happens when learners complete your quiz—either Close browser window or Go to URL. If you choose to direct learners to another URL, enter the URL in the corresponding field.

None:

  • When the user finishes the quiz: Choose what happens when learners complete your quiz—either Close browser window or Go to URL. If you choose to direct learners to another URL, enter the URL in the corresponding field.

Designing the Result Slide and Feedback Layers

You can design the result slide just as you would design other slides in your quiz. Add text, images, audio, video, and any other resources you want to use. See these tutorials:

If you're using a graded result slide, you can design the base layer of the slide as well as the Success and Failure layers. See these tutorials:

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