Deck Types

Deck Types

Decks are the container or repository for a specified number of Cards and typically addresses one topic or module of learning.
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All decks can be created by either choosing your new deck's location in the Library Builder or by clicking Decks first and choosing your decks location later. Both the Library Builder and the Decks section can be found in the left navigation.


There are currently 3 different deck types that admins can create:

Standard Deck

Perfect for distributing all content without a pass or fail score.

Assessment Deck 

Create an assessment and provide certifications.

Point Based Deck 

Test your audience across multiple topics and assign custom points to all possible answers enabling custom resources based on user results.



Standard Deck Features

1. Title - Name of the Deck
2. Shuffle Card Order - If toggled on, this feature will shuffle all the cards within the deck every-time a User opens the Deck
3. Cover Image - Add an image to the Deck cover. Knowing that if no Cover Image is used, the Deck will take the Title, Background Color, and Icon to generate a deck cover.
4. Background Color - Deck Color
5. Icon - Small graphic identifier
6. Active - Deck is available or hidden
7. Use Start and End Dates - Set a specific period for the deck to be available
8. Course Numbers - Tie FLIP in with an LMS or keep track of courses in FLIP by assigning a Course Number
9. Completion Requires Quiz Response - If toggled on, FLIP will only mark the course complete if a user answers all questions in the Deck.

Standard Deck



Assessment Deck Features

1. Title - Name of the Deck
2. Passing Grade - The score needed to pass the assessment
3. Course Numbers - Tie FLIP in with an LMS or keep track of courses in FLIP by assigning a Course Number
4. Assessment Instruction - The first card that will appear in the Deck as an introduction to the assessment
5. Number of Attempts Allowed - The number of tries a user will have to pass the assessment
6. Failed Attempts Reset After - Admins can decide to have the users try again after a certain period with the same number of attempts
7. Use Start and End Dates - Set a specific period for the Assessment to be Available
8. Hide After Complete - Assessment will not be shown to a user after they finish the assessment
9. Hide Response Feedback - Users will not be shown if their responses are correct or incorrect until they submit their entire assessment
10. Cover Image - Add an image to the Deck cover. Knowing that if no Cover Image is used, the Deck will take the Title, Background Color, and Icon to generate a deck cover
11. Background Color - Deck Color
12. Icon - Small graphic identifier
13. Active - Deck is available or hidden
14. Use Start and End Dates - Set a specific period for the deck to be available




Points Deck Features

1. Title - Name of the Deck
2. Score Groups - Admins can setup multiple score groups or areas to test the users on by clicking Add Score Group
3. Max Score and Connection - Each Score Group can have multiple Max Scores and corresponding connections like in the example below: Two Score Groups = Math and Science with Math having three Competition Connections (0-50, 51-70, 71-100) and Science with two Competition Connection (0-12 and 13-28). Depending on the users results, they will be automatically assigned the connection corresponding with the Score that is related to the Completion Connection. In this example a user could score a 71 in Math and 23 in Science causing the user to receive the content related to those connections. In summary, custom learning journeys!
4. Cover Image - Add an image to the Deck cover. Knowing that if no Cover Image is used, the Deck will take the Title, Background Color, and Icon to generate a deck cover.
5. Background Color - Deck Color
6. Icon - Small graphic identifier
7. Active - Deck is available or hidden
8. Use Start and End Dates - Set a specific period for the deck to be available

Points Deck


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