I have a multiple choice slide where I want learners to indicate any three of six responses - basically as long as they check three, there are no wrong anwers. Is this possible?
I would not use a default MCQ question but create a custom question. Do you need to report to a LMS? Do you want to allow the learner to change the selection of 3 after having clicked a Submit button?
There are a couple of possible workflows, could write out a step-by-step after you answered my questions.
Thanks! Yes, this will be going on Moodle. I don't think I need learners to be able change their selection, so perhaps a custom question is better. Would appreciate a step-by-step on that, since I am new to Captivate!
I didn't have time yet to write out a solution.
Since you want to report to Moodle (which I never used myself), did you try to use a Survey question instead of a graded question? I am not sure what will be reported to Moodle and if that is sufficient.
Since you are new to Captivate, creating a custom question could be tough. If a Survey question provides you with what you need. I am not talking about the Likert type of question but about a MCQ where you change from Graded to Survey. There is no wrong answer in that case. Only disadvantage: is it a requirement that only 3 out of 6 answers are marked?
I am exploring the possibility to use a regular Quiz slide, but in Survey mode. If I have satisfactory solution, will blog about it.
Thanks for your help. I decided to do it by creating buttons, and received a private message that was also helpful!
Will not bother you anymore.