For the challenge 184, I created a simple feedback slide. It shows users which answers are correct or wrong with icons. I preferred not to use numbers since they may sometimes direct learners only to the result, not the process. Most learners just want to see how many points they get from the test, and tend to overlook their mistakes. However, those errors could be crucial for their learning.
In most of my courses until now, I have chosen the way of giving the feedback just after the question without thinking about the preferences of the user. In this one, I wanted to give them more freedom. So, it is possible to see the correct answer and find out what they did wrong at the end of the quiz, or they can just restart the course and try again.
In every challenge, I try to complete the task by using another feature of Storyline which I don’t use very often. It makes me think harder and out of my safe zone. For this challenge, I had the lightbox slides in mind. I used them in the feedback slide to send the user back to the question via lightbox feature. When the slides are visited again, there is a box giving detailed feedback. Giving detailed feedback at the end helps them focus on questions better during the quiz.
Please share your feedback about it and if you’d like to work on it, the download link is below. I’d be happy to see how you use or improve it.