Jeopardy Jedi: return of the branching menu monster

In a previous post on the Adobe Help Forums, I outlined a challenge that I was facing by trying to execute a branching menu interface which would allow a user to choose from 3 paths each containing a related question pool. In the spirit of “flexible learning” the general idea was that none of the paths were meant to be sequential, i.e. the learner was not expected to complete set 1 before attempting set 2 or set 3. What that meant though, was that a path should only be available to a learner if he had not already visited it and completed the related question set.

Using question slides, I also intended to provide unique feedback to the leaner based on his performance at the end of each path. Captivate, as I soon learnt, would by default, view my output as a single quiz with a single system generated results quiz slide at the end. I created customized “checkpoint” results slides at the end of each path so that the learner could have some feedback on his performance regardless of if all 3 groups had been completed.

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