Here you will find the most frequently asked questions and answers about the quiz in the online course.
Where can I activate the quiz?
If the page is not stored as "static" in the settings of the course page, the tab "Quiz" appears at the top right. Only then can you configure it, since the trigger for displaying the quiz is the "Done" button. If the customer clicks on "Done," the quiz is displayed on the page.
Can the customer view the content of the page (video / text) while doing the quiz?
Currently the customer cannot see the content of the page while taking the quiz or if he has not passed it, so that he cannot "cheat."
It is planned that you can yourself whether the content can be viewed parallel to the quiz or not.
Can I also add images to my quiz?
This is currently not possible. The update for this is scheduled for mid-2019.
How can I test the quiz?
It is currently not possible to test the quiz with the preview of the course, since the preview is currently only intended for viewing the pages and does not allow any interaction such as clicking on the finish button.
To test the quiz, please make a test purchase of the product.
Is there also a certificate for passing the quiz?
Currently, no certificate for passing the quiz is provided on our platform. The feature for this is planned for mid-2020.
Can my customer also upload records such as homework?
This is currently not possible. If you have homework sent by the customer and evaluate it, you should clarify beforehand whether the course falls under the Distance Learning Protection Act.
Does my course need to be approved by the National Center for Distance Learning?
Under certain conditions, online courses can be counted as distance learning and are therefore subject to the approval and certain specifications of the National Center for Distance Learning.
It is best to inquire beforehand whether this applies to your course. If you use the quiz in which the answers are automatically evaluated, there is no "individual learning success control" according to the current state of knowledge.