I'm an instructional designer working on a former colleague's course build in Adobe Captivate 9 Version 126.96.36.1997.
She has added knowledge checks throughout her course but never provided the answers to the knowledge checks
in her storyboard. These are knowledge checks (not quiz questions).
I've combed the forums and FAQs (even YouTube) for an answer to this question and have come up empty:
Is there any way at all, to view (and/or edit) the answers to the knowledge check questions in
Adobe Captivate 9? I don't want to change the properties of the questions, I just want to view correct answers.
Knowledge Check questions are not very different in functionality to normal Captivate Quiz Questions. To the end user they can appear almost identical.
If your previous colleague has not included correct answers to the questions, it's possible that she only intended the questions to be for reflection rather than having a correct answer.
Alternatively, since KC questions don't have a score and don't get reported to the LMS, she may have just wanted them to be interactions that allowed the learner to practice something.
If there are no feedback captions appearing when the learner selects and submits an answer, perhaps you just need to turn these on in the Quiz tab. Then you can edit the text in the feedback captions to tell the learner what the correct answer is.
I think I need to clarify the question. I need to be able to edit the knowledge check. Right now, I don't see anything within Captivate 9 that lets me go into the Knowledge Check to change either the wording of the question or any of the answers. Is there any way to do that?
Do you only have the published version or do you have the cptx file?
As far as I know there is no way to view all correct answers in a report. You probably will have to view the settings for each KC individually to see which answers are marked as correct. This is easier in a standard format like MCQ - any custom questions built on advanced actions will take more investigation.
You have to open the cptx file in Captivate, go to the KC slide, and edit directly there. Be aware that, if you open, edit and save the file in a version after CP9, it will no longer be editable in CP9 - you'll have to use the later version for all future edits.
Thanks everyone for the answers to my question. I haven't really worked with Knowledge Checks since Captivate 5. Normally, I use Lectora or Storyline to add Knowledge Checks. I've since figured out how to edit them in Captivate 9. It's much, much, easier than I thought.
Maybe you listened too much to those who claim that Captivate is SOOOOO difficult
I really think I was just over thinking it. LOL!