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Resimion Apps: Scenario Structure

the Resimion client maps different parts of a scenario to different areas on screen. This article helps you understand what those areas are, and how they are controlled.


A general Resimion scenario will use the following areas:

  • Scenario overview: visible throughout the scenario, this text remains the same and images, videos and files can be shown in this area. Optionally, the images, videos and files available can be hidden based on the current stage/task in the scenario.
  • Task/stage area: shows the current task or sub-scenario within the scenario, with the task name and description. Optionally images can be shown in the task/stage area.
  • Actions area: Actions represent decisions in the Resimion platform, and may be branded as questions, procedures, tests or anything required.
  • Conclusions area: this represents outputs from the scenario, often used for a final diagnosis, hypothesis, outcome or conclusion to the scenario of some form. Conclusions can have video, free text or file uploads as outputs.
  • Activator area: used if buttons are available to move between stages/tasks. This will hide if no activators are available (for example in a quiz, where the learner picks an answer and the system moves to the next question).

Web Experience

Our web client experience has all of these areas available, and will dynamically show the areas based on how the scenario and currently selected stage is setup, and the features it is using. The Overview area and Measure area (even if no scoring is used at all) will always be shown to the learner. Additionally the web experience also has the image viewer/explorer area, antibody panel area and info items area.

Mobile App Experience

The mobile application experience will show the Overview, Action, Conclusion and Measures areas. It will not show activators or stages/tasks areas at this time as the mobile app does not support this functionality.