Hi everyone! We wanted to share a simple and fun drag and drop template, where you have to put the answers into boxes. In this example, you can check how well do you know Marvel and DC comics universes. To be honest, it was a challenge for some of us 🙂 Enjoy! FasterCourse team https://fastercourse.com
Building drag and drop questions in Lectora adds an engaging alternative to your e-Learning course. Find out how here.
For contest 14 I created a course “All About Cheese”. I struggled on my subject matter but then decided to go for a quick course with a quiz on my favorite snack. I included a three question quiz with ranking, drag and drop, and multiple response questions. Enjoy!
The example shows how to reset a single drag item that has been dropped in an already populated drop zone.
This sample course was designed and developed in Lectora using Responsive Course Design (RCD). The course showcases swipe gestures for navigation, branching navigation, drag and drop interactions, status indicator icons and multiple question types. Check it out now by accessing the course on a smartphone using the QR Code. Note: Within the Download folder is a Lectora […]
This drag and drop puzzle interaction can be used as a novel way to introduce content to learners. This is the Multi-drop version in which the puzzle pieces can be dropped on any drop target. The interaction was created using an ungraded Drag and Drop Question object. Download the Photoshop template file to create puzzle pieces […]
This drag and drop puzzle interaction can be used as a novel way to introduce content to learners. This is the Single-drop version in which the puzzle pieces can only be dropped on a single drop target. The interaction was created using a series of ungraded Drag and Drop Question objects. Download the Photoshop template […]
This sample m-Learning course is designed and developed for mobile devices in Lectora V11. The course showcases swipe gestures for navigation, branching navigation, drag and drop interactions, status indicator icons and multiple question types. For the best viewing experience, access this course on a smartphone.
Tests are a great way to add interactivity to a Lectora course. The test itself is a special chapter that contains the functionality to grade, share results, guide the learner, and more.
This library object uses a Drag and Drop question object for a non-graded activity. To use a Lectora Online Library Object (.wwo), select Library Objects > Insert a Library Object on the Tools ribbon. On the dialog box that opens, click the Import From File button and browse to the .wwo file you want to […]