Factoid quizzes let you create factual statements for your learners to identify. Bridge uses your entries to automatically create random quiz questions for your learners. You can create entirely factual statements, or add distractors to make your statements false.
See how learners view factoid questions.
Learners will also see Factoid quiz questions in follow-up Bridge Retain exercises if Retain is enabled for a course.
Note: Some features may be restricted based on permissions for your user role.
To add a quiz, click the Add Content drop-down menu  and click the Add Question link .
Add Factual Statement
In the text field, enter a factual statement.
Bridge can automatically adjust the statement to make it false with distractor words. These distractors can appear in the quiz questions to try and divert learners from the correct statement. To associate a distractor with a specific word in the statement, click the appropriate word box . In the distractor text field , enter a distractor word that makes the statement false.
To remove the distractor, click the Remove icon . To add another distractor word, click the Add Distractor link . To remove all distractors for the statement word, click the Clear All link . To add learner feedback to your quiz, click the Customize Learner Feedback menu .
Note: Removing a distractor is immediate and cannot be undone.
Merge Statement Words
For greater flexibility in quiz questions, you can create a single distractor for several statement words at one time. To merge statement words, click the Add icon between word boxes.
The word boxes that contain distractors contain a gray background. You can view the added distractors by clicking the word box.
If you change any words in your factual statement, the word boxes will update accordingly.