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Introduction

Concept

Quiz

Page

Questions

Use-Case Scenarios

Evaluative Quiz

In-Video Quiz

Quiz in a Collection

Quiz in a Learning Plan

Quiz Creation

Quiz Playback

Quiz Assessment

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Introduction

With most industries drifting towards video consumption for broadcasting their content, be it to an internal audience for knowledge acquisition or an external target audience for marketing and lead capturing, the need to equip these organizations with the ability to take back reviews, assess their viewers' understanding of product conception and gain their valuable feedback about the content they just watched has become monumental.


For the very reason, VIDIZMO allows you to create and set up Quizzes for your audience right after an informatory video to help gauge their understanding of the content and use it to improve video-making strategies.


Concept

VIDIZMO allows you to create multiple-page Quiz for your audience to evaluate how well do they grasp the gist of the media they have interacted with/watched, and better engage them with your content. VIDIZMO Quiz creation and playback is designed and structured to cater to various business use-cases and organizational requirements.


Quiz feature can be split into three major constitutes:




Quiz

A basic Quiz consists of the questions you have added along with user-defined scores, and a smooth flow to ensure a friendly user experience. Based on a Quiz's access policies, it can be attempted anytime from the portal using a shareable link, and can also be shared via email to your targeted audience or with specific users and groups within VIDIZMO.


Page

A Page is a way to segregate questions in a Quiz into relevant sections that have their descriptions and time-limits to be completed. Pages help organize quizzes in a more effective manner giving an option to the designer/creator to gradually increase difficulty level of the questions, or to go from preliminary questions to more detailed concept-oriented ones.

Each page has its own settings such as order of questions, title, description.


Questions

A Quiz can have three most common type of questions:

  • Single-Choice Questions
    As the name itself suggests, these are close-ended single-choice questions, where the candidate/participant has to select one correct answer to the question. They are most commonly-used quiz questions to evaluate the level of expertise of a candidate on a particular technology or concept since every question has a solid factual answer to measure learnedness against. An example would be:

    Does VIDIZMO allow you to assign score to individual questions in a Quiz?
    1. Yes, VIDIZMO is awesome!
    2. No

    You know what the answer is, don't you?

  • Multiple-Choice Questions
    These are a little trickier than the previous two since the answers are more circumstantial and intuitive than based on factual reasoning. These questions offer the idea that the answer may or may not be multiple from a given list of choices, which makes it harder to choose from a fairly interrelated list of options. Such questions could be as follows:

    What are the type of questions you can add to a Quiz in VIDIZMO?
    1. Single-Choice
    2. Multiple-Choice
    3. Descriptive
    4. Boolean

    Here, the correct answers would be... Yes, you know it!

  • Descriptive Questions
    Lastly, we have open-ended questions that can be used to take a user's feedback on the quality of the questions presented in the quiz, the level of difficulty, the coherence to the curriculum, or general conceptual analysis of a product feature. However it may be used, it serves a crucial purpose in gaining valuable insights into what the reader/viewer has to say about your content. These questions do not have a score, and are not accounted for in the result of a Quiz participant. An example would be:

    What do you think about VIDIZMO's new Quiz feature?

    We know your reply to this one, too.


Use-Case Scenario

There are many ways you can use a Quiz to engage your audience, or help gather statistical insights into how well received your content is amongst your viewers/users. It can help in self-grooming as well as collective training sessions for corporate workshops in monitoring the progress of trainees to determine achieved success of any such learning campaigns. More about detailed assessment reports based on Quiz shall be discussed further.


Evaluative Quiz

Stand-alone Quizzes can be used in a corporation as a separate entity to analyze and gauge effectiveness of a workshop or campaign held internally for employees in different departments. Link to a Quiz can be shared within different teams directly or from within VIDIZMO, and a detailed assessment report can help determine the learnedness of each department in comparison to the other.

This can then be turned into a routined process and help boost up employees' efforts to gain more insightful knowledge into company's products and projects.




In-Video Quiz

With a plethora of students and trainees across the world looking for an easy-to-go online course that can help them acquire a degree without having to physically enroll in a university, in-video quizzes have become a must-have for any online learning management system.

However, the use-case is not limited to an LMS. Inserting a Quiz at a relevant point in a video where you expect your viewers to have acquired the knowledge required to be able to perform well, has never been more monumental than today when every training program and technical workshop is incomplete without video-aiding content.




Quiz in a Collection

VIDIZMO allows additional support of grouping your content together into Collection. Here, you can group together any media in your portal (images, documents, videos) in a logical sequence for the viewers' ease.

This means you are not forcing them to take a quiz after watching a video, but suggesting them that taking one could help them self-analyze their progress and what they have learned from the content they have just browsed.

This is similar to creating a mini-course with relevant content in defined order, but with no restrictions and the ease of moving forward at one's own pace.




Quiz in a Learning Plan

Personal Learning Plans are a unique VIDIZMO feature to help individual users plan their own course, go about their own schedule to accomplish learning objectives and achieve a certain goal by completing video tutorials/training sessions as targeted.

For an objective assessment of their own progress and whether they are ready to advance to more technical workshop sessions, Quizzes come in handy to be included at the end, or middle of the plans. This way they can keep a track of their score and aim to improve performance with a certain objectivity.




Quiz Creation

Creating a Quiz has never been easier given the intuitive quiz design process offered by VIDIZMO. It allows you to drag and drop any type of questions to your quiz you want while enjoying your morning caffeine.


Note: A Quiz can only be created by Administrators, Managers or Moderators in VIDIZMO Portal. Learn more about User Roles here.


A few easy steps to get you started with creating a basic quiz would be:

  1. Drag and drop questions to your Quiz.
  2. Devise questions and choose correct answers to them.
  3. Set scores to your questions.


Tada! You are ready to publish it. For more advance options such as determining the order of questions for your users, grouping questions topically on separate pages with their own descriptions/hints, setting a time limit for every page and the whole quiz, etc, you can read about it here: How to Create Quiz


Quiz Playback

Your users can take a Quiz anytime anywhere given they have the credentials/rights to. A Quiz having Anonymous access rights can be shared via a link as well. However, it is advisable to share it with specific users/groups within VIDIZMO to keep a track of the responses and generate a more meaningful assessment report to gain insights into participants' objective learning. A Quiz playback screen would typically look like the one showed above.


Best of luck!


Note: There is no restriction on the number of Quiz attempts that a user is allowed to take. However, every attempt is registered and is accounted for in the assessment reports.


Quiz Assessment

VIDIZMO brings a unique touch to mundane quiz reports which tell you an average score of participants and the count of those who passed and those who did not. To learn more, see: Understanding Quiz Assessment Reports.


Note: Only Administrators and Managers can view Assessment Reports for a Quiz in VIDIZMO Portal.


There are three valuable perspectives to VIDIZMO assessment reports that help Quiz Designers get a detailed insight into users' combined performance as well as into how well the quiz was designed on the basis of structure and difficulty:

  • Assessment Summary Report
    A summarized quiz report will contain accumulated statistics to give you an overview of how many attempts were made, the count of users who attempted the quiz, average score, along with an overview of how every question in the quiz was attempted and what was the score of every attempt that was made. To learn more, see: Assessment Summary Report.

  • Quiz Attempt Drill-down Report
    For further insights into how a particular participant performed, which is most certainly of keen interest for teachers/instructors, you can click on a user profile to go deeper into how they performed, what questions did they stumble in, time they took to attempt the quiz, etc. To learn more, see: Quiz Attempt Report.

  • Individual Question Drill-down Report
    The most interesting kind is a drilled down report of how each individual question was attempted. This gives a unique understanding into the difficulty level of the question and a clear categorization of how some users/candidates outperformed others by attempting the most difficult question correctly, so on and so forth. This greatly helps in process improvements as corporate trainers continue to gain invaluable insights into how well-perceived are their questions by users. To learn more, see: Individual Question Report.