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runeasgar
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All lessons are question-oriented?

While trying out demo.opigno.org, I created a course, enabled lessons, and then went to manage the lesson. The only option available to me is to add questions.

Most of the courses that my organization creates simply contain content (such as a recordings). Quizzing is uncommon.

Does Opigno support this use case?

axel
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Hello,

Hello,

The wording is maybe making you confused.

Indeed, what's named "question" in Opigno can be a theoretical slide, a video, a document, etc. In other words, it is a step inside a lesson.

So I confirm that Opigno can cover your use case.

Best regards,

runeasgar
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But.. I don't see a way to

But.. I don't see a way to just provide that content without including a question response mechanism (e.g., true/false, multiple choice, fill in the blank). I don't want to add any of those.. I really just want someone to be able to "continue" to the next piece of content.

Is there a way to do that?

axel
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Yes you can choose "slide"

Yes you can choose "slide" type or "interactive content" and then "course presentation". These are theoretical content types, no answer is required, you can simply click "next".

runeasgar
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Great! Let me take a look at

Great! Let me take a look at it again.

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Aha. It looks like I missed

Aha. It looks like I missed the "Lesson type: Theory" option in my first pass. Thanks!