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Documentation page type 1 year 1 month ago #5241

  • helenmd
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Hi all,

Here in Swansea, we'd like to be able to incorporate a "document" of some sort that the participant would complete at various stages throughout the learning object, and be able to output/download at the end of the learning object.

Something almost like the documentation page type but several elements with one download option if you know what I mean. Is this possible?

If not, could it be done by embedding something into it?

Many thanks

Helen

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Documentation page type 1 year 2 weeks ago #5314

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Hi Helen

Wonder if this might help.

If you use the Model Answer page to gather the user input (on various pages throughout the LO) you can then use the Model Answer Results page to bring all the responses together. These can then be copied and pasted into a Word Doc. A nice feature would be to add a Download button to the Model Answer Results (like in the Documentation page) rather than having to copy and paste.

Cheers
Yvonne

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