The Score Sheet functionality available in Intellek Create allows you to display a message and/or score to a user in a testing or Assessment content file. In order to use a ScoreSheet, first format the Assessment content file and assign the appropriate score(s) to each captured step and alternative in a Text instruction or Form instruction frame. Content files can have up to two Score Sheets; one for reporting a total score (neither passing nor failing) or passing score, and a second for a failing score. Score Sheets are created in the Content Editor page.
1.From the Content Library, click the Edit icon on the appropriate content file.
2.At the top of the Instruction list panel, click the SHEET button.
3.The ScoreSheet dialog box displays:
4.By default, the FIRST score sheet tab is active. This score sheet is used to:
•Display a Common score sheet to all users, displaying their total score for the Assessment; regardless of their final score.
•When the SECOND score sheet is added, the FIRST score sheet serves as the Passing score sheet.
5.In the Edit pane of the ScoreSheet dialog box, enter the text and required Resources to be included when the user sees the Score Sheet. Use the formatting tools on the toolbar to modify the look of the text.
6.To insert the score in the sheet, click the Variables button on the toolbar, and then select %Learners_Score%.
You do not have to include the score. You can simply insert a message stating the user did or did not pass. If you wish to display the user’s score in addition to the message, insert the %Learners_Score% variable.
7.To optionally add a second score sheet, click the Enable Second Score Sheet slider button. When choosing to Enable Second Score Sheet, users receiving a score below the set Mastery Score (Content Settings > Details) will be shown the SECOND sheet. Users receiving a score at or above the Mastery Score will be shown the FIRST sheet.
8.Click the SECOND tab.
9.In the Edit pane, enter the text and required Resources to be included when the user sees the Score Sheet. Use the formatting tools on the toolbar to modify the look of the text.
10.When finished, click SAVE to save the Score Sheet(s) to the content file.
Clicking outside the ScoreSheet dialog box before clicking the SAVE button will close the dialog box WITHOUT saving any changes, in effect, canceling any and all changes!