SBLi scenarios support testing. Tests can be presented at any stage within a scenario: the author can also set the test that the student needs to pass before moving on. The author can also set a scenario to allow a student only "one attempt".
Questions or reports can be set for users to complete during a scenario. These reports can provide you with valuable information on the understanding that a given user has of the problem (as expressed within the scenario) or to prompt the user into thinking about different aspects of the scenario.
Each request for a report can be fully customized and can contain a number of different report templates, such as:
- True or false questions
- Multiple choice questions
- Text based question answers
- Checked Choice Question
- Fill in the Blank(s)
You can also provide feedback to be presented to users in response to their answers. SBLi provides the option to give feedback immediately after the completion of a report or it can be kept with the overall scenario report and sent directly to you via email.