How to Import Questions from CSV Files

In the previous article, you’ve known how to import questions from GIFT files. Apart from GIFT files, CSV files are also useful when you need […]

How to Import Questions from GIFT Files in ActivePresenter 8

Are you looking for a simple technique to create a large number of questions in no time? If you are looking for this, keep reading […]

5 Questions Learning Practitioners Must Answer

What does it take to earn the respect of operational leaders for your learning efforts? It's about preparing yourself to address your stakeholders' primary concerns […]

How to Create Essay Questions

Essay questions give learners the freedom to voice their own opinions. In detail, learners will demonstrate their understanding of a certain topic by brainstorming ideas, […]

How to Create Drag-n-Drop Questions

Drag-n-Drop questions are also known as matching questions. In the traditional form, this question type consists of two columns, in which learners are required to […]

How to Create Fill in Blanks Questions

In the previous tutorials, you’ve known how to create Fill in Text Entry and Fill in Text Entries questions. Both are very useful when it […]

How to Create Fill in Text Entries Questions

Fill in Multiple Blanks is one of nine question types in ActivePresenter 7. This question type is renamed Fill in Text Entries in ActivePresenter 8 […]

How to Create Sequence Questions

Sequence questions are also known as “ranking” or “ordering” questions. This question type is really useful when you want to test learners on a procedure […]

How to Create Fill in Text Entry Questions

Fill in Blank is one of nine question types in ActivePresenter 7. This question type is renamed to Fill in Text Entry in ActivePresenter 8 […]

What Is It That Drives Learning And How To Use It In L&D

Learning is a process that isn’t the same for everyone. There has been a number of learning theories that have been propounded in order to […]

Creating Multiple-Choice Questions: The Dos and Don’ts

Multiple-choice questions are one of the greatest ways to test the knowledge of a learner in a given field. But, is it easy to make […]

Do THIS, Not THAT When Writing Multiple-Choice Questions

Recently, on Twitter, someone argued that the only way to assess what people have learned/can do is through actual performance. But that’s not practical or […]

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