We have a 50 page assessment, and all the questions are randomized. At the end we provide the option for students to go back through the test to review and correct their answers, if necessary. We are using a back button for users to accomplish this, and a next button to return to the end.
Wondering if there is a way for users to access specific questions so they do not have to use the back button and go through each page.
Also curious if there is a setting so that if they need to exit the test, they can go back in and pickup where they left off.
As the questions are randomized, I realize solutions for both might be difficult.
It sounds as if you are making a feature request to Trivantis, honestly. I don’t think that functionality is currently a part of the program and because their API is poorly-documented it would be very hard to add it. I’m not by any stretch an expert at extending Lectora, mind you.
It’s easy to have a link to any particular page of the test, but there’s no obvious way to link only to “questions you got wrong” or to access “only pages on which a question was answered incorrectly.” The lack of a consistent page-naming or question-naming schema makes it hard to write code to do those things.
Hmm … in Python I could easily write code to parse the AWT file (which is just XML), find all tests, and determine which test page contains which question ….