In my last post, I talked about how I created a single-session leaderboard from scratch in Storyline. I just couldn’t help myself and I decided to keep working on it. The single-session version of the leaderboard was pre-populated with names to give the sense of competition, but scores were only stored in that browser during that session.
So I updated the leaderboard to a universal, web-based leaderboard – no matter where the learner is taking the quiz, they see the same leaderboard as every one else! I used the code and instructions outlined in James Kingsley’s elearning brothers post, and I customized the code so that I could format my leaderboard slide just right.
Original version of leaderboard with code as-is:
My leaderboard with customized code:
The quiz itself is a question bank of 18 questions. Only 10 are loaded into the quiz randomly, so that every time you take the quiz it’s different.
I sent out the link to my colleagues at the library via Slack and within a few minutes several people had taken a crack at it and bragged about their scores.
This project is a Pollak Library trivia game that’s going to (again) be deployed on a huge touchscreen TV at an upcoming campus event.