I am working on a project to prepare exchange students for their year abroad. Learners will go through a course where they are assigned a host family and need to take decisions that lead to different situations according to the family they are in (and to the decisions they take). I do not know how to make sure learners get the family at random. What I need is this:
I would be so grateful to get some help, this is my FIRST project with Captivate. I have searched on this website, on youtube, on every blog I could think of. What I find is either not exactly what I need, or too complicated for me to understand. I have NEVER used Java Script and I have no clue on where to find things on Captivate.I am not an elearning specialist, just a volunteer wanting to create a cool elearning experience. Is there a step by step guide on how to do such things somewhere? Can you help with that?
Thank you in advance!
That is really not a project for a newbie. I created that type of scenarion in this example, and be sure, it is not so easy to make decisions based on multiple answers:
Thank you for your reply, Lieve!
I have to agree with you. The project is definitely not for a newbie and your explanation in the link you shared is definitely too complicated for me. I wasn't expecting Captivate to be so difficult to use.
I wanted to do this just for fun and to help the organisation I volunteer in, but according to your comment it seems like it will just give me a headache... and no course.
I will try to find an alternative.
I'm sorry that the explanation is over your head, not astonishing really. Although I have a lot of experience with quizzing and actions, designing such a course remains a challenge. Captivate is a great tool, but as with any multifeatured professional tool, it takes a while to master such a tool.