In TalentCards you can add a quiz to your single-sided and double-sided card sets to help assess your users’ knowledge. Quizzes are made up of multiple choice questions that contain text, images, or both.
To add a quiz to your card set follow these steps:
Sign in to your TalentCards account as an Administrator.
Go to Card Sets (1) and open a set for editing, either by clicking on the set's title or by clicking the Edit Content button (2).
Click the 3-dot symbol next to the Add Card button and click on Add Quiz (3).
Type in your question (4), as well as its possible answer choices (5). Click Add option (6) to add more answer choices. You can have up to four possible answers, each containing up to 120 characters.
If you’d like, you can choose to have multiple correct answers to a question. In this case, the learner must select all the correct answers (and none of the incorrect ones) to get the question right.
If you need to add more questions click on the + icon (7) or on the Add Question button (8). For your question to appear in the learner’s quiz, you must add at least two possible answer choices.
In addition to text questions, you can create questions that contain images. To do so click on + Add question image (9) and then select the image you’d like to add from your computer.
You can also change between Text-only and Image-only questions and answers by clicking on the respective icon (10).
Once you’ve finished adding all of your quiz questions, you can click on the Questions button (11) and rearrange their order by dragging and dropping them (12).
Use the Hide/Show slider (13) to adjust whether the question is visible to users taking the quiz.
Note: Images that are added to quiz questions and answers should have resolutions that are 608 x 342 pixels in an 16:9 aspect ratio to have the best possible fit.
You have now added a new quiz and a few questions. To access the quiz’s settings click on the settings icon (1).
In the quiz settings you will be able to:
Set the quiz title (2).
Change between Test and Game mode (3). To find out more about Game mode check this article here: How Game mode works for quizzes.
Set the required passing score (as a correct-answers percentage value) (4),
Choose whether or not the user is shown the correct answer after an unsuccessful attempt (5)
Randomize the answers (6).
Click on Save (7) when you are done.