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I’ve just been working on some multiple-choice questions myself, and I have some additional requests. (Sorry to piggyback, Carl, but they’re very similar to your request.)
For multiple-choice questions, I want to have options to:
- Show an image indicating the correct answer (a green check mark, for instance) on process question, even if the responses are randomized.
- Include pictures with each response that can be clicked to choose that response. (Yes, I know how to add images to a multiple-choice question, and at least the images move with the responses when the responses are randomized. But learners can’t click the images to answer the question.)
- Name or number the responses so I can read the question variable more easily than having to match the entire text of each response.
- Have a separate variable for each response indicating whether the learner selected that response or not, or change the question variable to a string of name-value pairs.