Knowledge checks in elearning are a great way to either trigger a person’s brain into thinking mode. Asking things they have not been presented with is a good challenge and will help focus on the topic to come. Right or wrong is not that important in this case. It’s about reflecting on what you do or don’t know. Which is a good thing!
Check out the video below to see how you can create two knowledge checks in Articulate Rise using common interactions, stepping away from the standard multiple-choice question types.
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