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PERSONALISED ENDINGS

IF YOU ARE USING FORMATIVE OR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENTS WITHIN YOUR E-LEARNING THEN IT IS LIKELY THAT PERFORMANCE WITHIN THAT TOPIC WILL VARY. RATHER THAN PROVIDE A ONE SIZE FITS ALL LEARNING EXPERIENCE, ELUCIDAT ENABLES YOU TO CATCH PEOPLE WHO NEED ADDITIONAL SUPPORT AND TO GIVE THEM FURTHER GUIDANCE.

Great for: personalised learning experiences, catching people who are under-performing

Often we create two summary screens which are branched to based on the results someone achieves in a quiz. For example if the module has a pass mark of 80% we choose the following rules within page settings on each of the results screens.

  • Pass screen: Only show this page if Score is greater than or equal to 80%.
  • Fail screen: Only show this page if Score is less than 80%.

Then we commonly use the text ‘clip’ Total score (%) to display the final score to the learner, e.g. ‘You scored {{total.score}} in the quiz and have passed!’

Multiple endings

Creating two summary screens allows you to customise all the text based on whether the learner has passed or failed, which is beneficial if you want to instruct failing users to revisit the quiz, or other parts of the module, for example.

Example:

https://learning.elucidat.com/course/561cc00bd9dd5-561cd8e575131

WE CAN ‘GIFT’ THIS PROJECT TO YOU TO SHOW HOW IT IS DONE.

Tailored ending

For projects where you don’t need to customise text you can scrap the rules and have a single summary screen. This can be configured to include both the score (as above) and a pass/fail value ‘{{total.result}}’

Example:

https://learning.elucidat.com/course/561cd68abe196-561cd789624ec

WE CAN ‘GIFT’ THIS PROJECT TO YOU TO SHOW HOW IT IS DONE.

Take it further

This Elucidat page has some general tips on showing results to a learner:

https://support.elucidat.com/showing-results-to-your-learners

Here’s some documentation from the Elucidat manual on this:

https://support.elucidat.com/showing-results-to-your-learners/rewarding-your-learners

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