Thanks, Jeff, I will look into that!
From: Code for Libraries [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Jeffrey Sabol
Sent: Thursday, October 03, 2013 4:27 PM
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Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] interactive decision making tutorial?
I have been developing a training course for students assistants with Google's course builder https://code.google.com/p/course-builder/ which would allow all of the different options you stated. The course builder is pretty easy to work with and it also allows for embedded video and other resources, I think eventually it will be rolled into the new MOOC.org venture.
On Thu, Oct 3, 2013 at 8:55 AM, Dawn Romano <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I'm hoping someone might be aware of an existing out-of-the-box
> application that would fit the criteria described to me for a type of
> library tutorial a member of the faculty would like to create. Here
> are the details of what he wants, as they were given to me:
> o User is given a multiple choice question. His/her answer to that
> question determines to which page/question s/he is next directed.
> § In other words, the decision tree starts out small and expands from
> a question such as "You have been assigned a term paper in which you
> need to do research. Which of the following would be the first thing you would
> do." Multiple choice options. Where the user goes next depends on the
> choice. Same deal for the next page on which the user lands.
> o There is more than one possible end point to the "quiz" and there
> should be the ability to backtrack and try a different route.
> o The user is to be given points based on his/her selections, resulting
> in a final score at the end.
> o The results for each student would preferably be logged - sent to the
> faculty via email is fine.
> o This should be able to be presented as a desktop application in a
> classroom environment, but also possibly available on the web.
> Does anyone know of any application that would fulfill these requirements?
> Thanks for any suggestions!