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xAPI Starter Quiz Captivate
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Our Starter Quiz mostly uses default statements from Captivate to provide detail on your user's actions.
We've included a single custom statement on question 4 (the matching dropdown question), and formatted it to match the standard Captivate statements.
That means there's nothing necessary to edit in this template, xAPI-wise.
To use these statements, you'll need to make sure you're using the results slide included with the template - or another results slide of your choosing.
Then, at publish, make sure that the following are set on the publish preferences dialogue:
Completion Criteria should be set to Slide Views and/or Quiz
Select Success Criteria and select Quiz is passed.
Finally, ensure Interaction Data is selected under the "Data to Report" section.
Publish that file out, upload it and launch, and you should have clean statements that look something like the following.
Using the analytics on your LRS, you can drill down to review student answers, scores, etc.
It's a thing of beauty.
This article last reviewed Dec, 2018. The software may have changed since the last review.