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Mobile Boost

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Available on our mobile application, this new feature allows employees to repeat the questions to the quizzes autonomously. This is to promote memorization and ensure that knowledge is retained over time. Through this functionality, we want to give learners the possibility to be actors in their learning by managing their own revision needs.

The Boost is based on 3 principles:

  1. Repetition: Learners review questions they have already answered.
  2. Learning with questions: When answering a question, learners see the correction and explanation right away so they have immediate feedback to aid memorization.
  3. Snack" content: Learners can choose 5, 10 or 15-minute boosts when they feel the need and according to their schedule.

To find out more about the theories behind the creation of this boost, go to our dedicated article: Memory anchoring in business for lasting memorization.

How does it work?

1. The learner chooses a course to review (or a learning path and then a course).

> The learner can search for a course to boost among the courses and learning paths using the search bar.

> In the "Top courses to improve" section, we suggest the 5 courses with the lowest average score.

> Only courses with questions that can be improved are displayed. For questions to be available on the boost, they must meet the following requirements:

  • The learner must be able to see the correction.
  • The learner must have validated the quiz or question mix. There must be no remaining attempts.
  • The course must be accessible to the learner.
  • The question must come from a quiz or question mix done by the learner, it cannot come from an exam.

⚠️ This means that only ongoing and completed courses are available for the booster.

2. The learner chooses the time he/she has (5, 10 or 15 minutes).

This determines the number of questions the booster will contain:

  • 5 minutes = 15 questions (this option can never be turned off even if there are not enough questions).
  • 10 minutes = 30 questions (this option is disabled when there are less than 16 questions available).
  • 15 minutes = 45 questions (this option is disabled when there are less than 31 questions available).

3. The algorithm selects a mix of questions based on the learner's choices
(questions that have not yet been part of a boost have priority).

Questions are selected from quizzes and question mixes in the course that follow the requirements mentioned above. Exam questions are not selected.

4. The learner starts the boost and receives immediate feedback (correction + explanation) after answering each question.

> Learners have to answer each question in order to move on to the next.

> The answer is sent when :

  • An answer is selected.
  • For images with points of interest, the Submit Answer button is only activated when all points have been placed on the image.
  • For drag-and-drop questions, it is enabled when all items have a pair.

> When the learner submits their answers, they see the correction of the answer and the explanation if it was filled in when the quiz was created.

5. Finish or continue the boost

> When the learner answers the last question of the boost, they have two choices:

  • Finish the boost.
  • Continue for another 5 minutes: This adds 15 new questions to the boost.

⚠️ This option is only available if at least 10 questions from the course in question are still available for the boost. When the learner selects this option, it updates their current boost score and the number of questions remaining with the new questions to be answered.

6. View results

> At the end of a boost, the score is displayed along with two other pieces of information:

  • The difference in score since the last attempt: this is only displayed if the learner has already done a boost on this course.
  • The highest score: We display the highest score between all boosts on this course and the learner's average score.

> The progress graph shows the learner's average score on the course and previous boost scores on the same course, in chronological order. The highest score is identified by a crown.



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