Below is an overview of the current settings. More options will be added soon.
Progress and login
Save progress cross device: learners can take a break and continue later on any device with the Internet connection. Required to generate certificates.
Allow login via social media: learners can use social media credentials to log in the course.
Results tracking: you can track learners’ progress and see results in the Gradebook. Learners have to authorise with their e-mail and name. If cross device progress saving is enabled, they also have to set up the learner’s password.
Show advanced settings:
Results tracking settings
Allow user to skip tracking and tracing: learners will have the option of taking the course anonymously. If they choose to do this, their progress won't be reported.
Custom LRS: you can report learners’ progress to a custom LRS instead of Easygenerator.
Conduct learner satisfaction survey: you can collect learners’ feedback about your course.
Enable time limit: learners will have a time limit to complete the course.
Allow scoring of content pages: visiting the content pages will contribute to the overall mastery score along with answering the questions and will affect if a learner passes or fails.
Learner submits answers:
After every question: Learners will receive immediate feedback after submitting each question.
All questions at once: Learners will have to first answer all questions before submitting them. They can adjust their responses (without seeing the correct answers) until the moment they opt to submit all answers (by clicking "Submit all answers" button in the lower-left corner of the navigation panel). Upon submission, learners will find out if they have passed. They will not see the question-specific feedback.
Note: When the option "All questions at once" is applied, the progress is still stored so learners can continue after taking a break.
Number of attempts to answer:
Limit number of attempts
When the option "Limit number of attempts" is selected, the "Start a new attempt" button will be hidden, and learners won't be able to re-start the course after they've reached the limit of attempts defined by the course author.
Note: "Learner submits answers" settings influence whether attempts refer to attempts per question or attempts per overall course.
Mastery score settings
Mastery score: learners have to reach the mastery score to pass the course successfully.
Content and questions
Show learning hints: Learners can see hints with additional information to help them answer questions. You can add hints via the “content” block on the very bottom of the question editor.
Show content pages: You can show content pages or hide them and display questions only. You can use this feature to quickly create a quiz or exam by duplicating your course and hiding the content pages so that only the questions are shown to learners.
Show all content and question items:
On separate pages
On one page
Question pool allows you to show learners a certain number of random questions from all course questions.
Note: Questions with the survey mode enabled are not included in the Question pool.
The Question pool option requires the following configurations:
Show content pages - disabled
Allow scoring of content pages - disabled
Mastery score - overall course
The Question pool option will be unavailable until these settings are configured. You can click on the information icon next to the Question pool and change them accordingly.
The Question pool offers the following options:
Show only a subset of XX random questions from all questions
Same subset of questions on every attempt
Randomize questions order within the subset: the same set of questions is randomized on every attempt
New subset of questions on every attempt (“Show answers from the previous attempt” will be set to “Reset”)
Show answers from the previous attempt:
Show (learners will see how they have answered on their previous attempt)
Reset (learners will see the empty answer options)
Order of answer options:
Set by the author
Randomize answers order
You can choose the language of the course interface labels or add your custom translations.
You can translate your course into multiple languages with XLIFF export and import.