As a sample course for my eLearning portfolio, I wanted to create a memory game that would require the learner to remember a sequence of colors and then identify the correct order using a drag and drop interaction.
Built in Articulate Storyline 2, I utilized a stack of drop targets for the items to land on and triggers to hide each target when a correct item is dropped on it. The quiz question then communicates to a custom feedback layer that alerts the learner whether they got the question right or wrong. More information about how to create a sequence drag-and-drop interaction can be found here on my blog.
HOW THIS COULD HELP YOUR LEARNERS
Drag and drop interactions are a great way to make your eLearning course more fun and entertaining, but they’re also a great way to create knowledge checks that challenge your learners in new ways. By tweaking the traditional drag and drop knowledge check, you can test your learner’s ability to choose a correct sequence of items. This could be helpful for testing a learner’s understanding of procedures or processes.