This article explains how to add an enrichment activity to a course, add lists and comprehension-check questions, and configure it.

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NOTE: Only managers and trainers with permissions can add an enrichment activity to a course.

Add an enrichment activity and edit the settings

Follow the steps below to add an enrichment activity to a course and configure it.

Step 1 — Click on Manager.

Step 2 — In the Course list tab, search for a course, click on a course card, or create a new course.

Step 3 — In the course page, scroll down to the Activities section, enter a name for the enrichment activity, and click the Create Activity button.

Step 4 — In the Set Content Type drop-down, choose Enrichment.

Step 5 — Click the small edit button to access the Enrichment activity page.

Step 6 — Click the Text button to add a block of text.

Step 7 — Add text in the block, then double-click to display the formatting popup.

Step 8 — You can add more text blocks, or click the Process button to add a list of steps. In the panel, add a list description and add steps. Click the Save Changes button to create the list.

The list will appear on the Enrichment Activity page. Click the Edit button.

Step 8 — To add a question, click the Comprehension check button. See the section below on how to add and edit questions.

Step 9 — Click the Settings button to configure the enrichment activity. In the Settings panel, enter the Approximate Time (in minutes) for the duration of the enrichment activity. You can add questions to the enrichment activity (see below). If you plan to add questions, enter the Percent Approval proportion of the question that is necessary to pass the course.

Click the Save button to commit your changes; click Cancel to discard your entries.

Add questions to the Enrichment Activity

Follow these steps to add questions to an enrichment activity. You add a question to a specific point in the timeline known as a comprehension check.

Step 1 — Click the Enter Question field, enter the text of the question (such as “What is Playvox?”), and then click the Create Comprehension Check button.

Step 2 — Hover over the question to display the small edit button. Click this button to display the Edit panel.

Step 3 — In the edit panel, you can edit the question and then choose the Question Type and Feedback Type.

There are three options for the Question Type:

  • Unique choice — the learner can only choose one correct answer.

  • Multiple answers — the learner would need to choose at least two answers.

  • Short Answer — the learner would need to type out an answer (in one or more sentences).

There are several options for Feedback Type:

  • All Answers — provide all of the answers after the learner answer the question.

  • Correct/Incorrect answers — will show the message when everything is correct or you fail.

  • Per option — Add a custom message for each of the options that the learner can choose. The message that you provide for each option will appear when the user clicks on that option.

Step 4 — Add the answers to this question. Begin by entering text for Answer option 1, and then click the + Add Answer Option link to add another answer option—until you cover all the options that you want for this question.

For each answer option that is correct, click the small circle button to turn it green.

NOTE: This will work differently on each of the question types. Unique would only have one correct answer, Multiple answer would have at least two answers, and Short answer would ask the course manager to write the option.

Step 5 — For the Feedback, enter both the correct and incorrect answer.

Click the Save Changes button to commit your changes; click Cancel to discard your entries.

Step 6 — Back on the Quiz page, you can add more questions and drag-and-drop to change the order of the questions.

Add more Enrichment Activities

Return to the course page to add and configure more enrichment activities by following the steps in the sections above.

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