Production Wizard Glossary


Name Description Format Character Limit
Activity ID The internal activity identification number or name. If you do not have an internal identifier, you will need to create one. This must be unique for each activity in the Rievent Platform. Typically the Activity ID is part of the Activity Name. For example, if the Activity Name is RD105 - Genetics and Type II Diabetes, then the Activity ID would be RD105.  Acceptable characters include letters, numbers, underscore, dot, and dash (hyphen).  No spaces are permitted.  Text or Number 53
Activity Name

(Same as Short Name) The Activity Name is how the activity will be listed in the Manage-Your-Program drop-down menu.  This name will not be exposed to learners. Most customers include the Activity ID as part of the Activity Name (ex. RD105 - Genetics and Type II Diabetes), and decide to use the Activity Title (or a truncated version if the activity title is too long).

Text or Number  126
Activity Title The full title of the activity as you would like it to appear on the overview page, email messages, and the certificate.  This title will be visible to learners. Text or Number  512
Start Date The first-day learners can begin accessing the activity.  For live events, set this date as the first-day registration will be available.  MM/DD/YYYY -
Release Date  The date entered here will be populated to the Overview page. It does  NOT control activity access. (HighWire Journal templates only) MM/DD/YYYY -
Expiration Date The last full day learners can request credit for the activity. The expiration will be at midnight ET on the date entered into the field.  MM/DD/YYYY -
Catalog Summary  The information entered here will be visible to learners while browsing activities from the CE Catalog page. Rich Text  2,000
D.O.I Digital Object Identifier for the content piece. This unique identifier allow Rievent to pull the article content from HighWire and display it to learners within the activity. (HighWire Journal templates only) Text or Number -
Journal Citation The text entered here will display on the learner's certificate. (HighWire Journal templates only) Text -
Min Credit The minimum number of credits a learner can claim for the activity. Number 5
Max Credit The max number of credits a learner can claim for the activity. Number 5

Credit Increment

Increment by which learners will be allowed to claim credit. For example, entering a 0.5 increment with a max of 2.0 and min of 1.0 credits will allow learners to claim 1, 1.5, or 2 credits. For activities without an increment, set the field to 0.  Number 5
Credit Release
The date selected credit type will become available to learners. If left blank, this date will default to the activity start date. MM/DD/YYYY -
Credit Expiration

The date selected credit type will no longer be available to learners. If left blank, this date will default to the activity end date.

Certificate Accreditation Statement

 The text entered here will override the certificates default accreditation statement. (Only for certificates created with the CMT tool that use the accreditation statement merge tag) 

Text or Number 512
Overview Page Typically used to display overview/accreditation information (target audience, objectives, disclosures, etc.) that will appear as the first page in the activity.  Rich Text -
Pre-Activity Test A graded test presented to learners during registration. Displaying scores to the learner is optional. - -
 Peer Response Comparison  An optional feature for evaluations that allows learners to see how their response compare to that of their peers who have already completed the evaluation.  - 
 Pre-Activity Evaluation  A non-graded evaluation that can be used to gather any type of information (demographic info, dietary needs, etc). For live events, this evaluation will be presented during registration. For Enduring and Journal activity types, this evaluation will be shown immediately after the overview page (if included).   - 
Post Test- A graded test used to measure a learner competence. Presented after the content piece. Passing score and number of attempts can both be adjusted.  - -
Post-Test Question Rationale Shown to learners after successfully completing the Post-Test. Rich Text 10,000
Session Evaluation Evaluation used to gather information about the session.  For multi-session live events, the same session evaluation will be be presented for each session the leaner selects that they attended.  - -
Speaker Evaluation Evaluation used to gather information about the speaker.  The same speaker evaluation will be be presented for the each speaker associated with a session or webinar.  - -
An additional evaluation that can be used to gather various pieces of information, such as how well the activity met its stated learning objectives or additional demographic info. This evaluation will be shown to learners after the post-test for enduring activities and journal activities. For live events, webinars, and RSS activities, it will display after the session and speaker evaluations. - -
Built-in Evaluation This is an evaluation pre-built by Rievent that is included as a checkbox option on the Activity Options tab in the template. Any changes to the evaluation will need to performed by Rievent. This is typically the last evaluation in the activity and usually appears right before the credit selection page.  - -


If included, after completing the activity, learners will be sent weekly reminder emails inviting them to participate in a post-activity outcomes evaluation. This evaluation is designed to measure the effect of the activity on opinions, practices, or clinical outcomes. The reminder emails will start and end at the interval set on the Activity Options tab in the template.  - -