A lot of times we hear from e-learning designers who want to go beyond just text-based questions & answers in their quizzes. Recently I talked with someone who wanted her learners to be able to choose the right hand tools from a tool rack. So I showed her how to use Quizmaker's Slide View to morph a multiple-response question into a multiple-hotspot type of activity.

This gave her a super-easy way to make the quiz not only more visually appealing, but also more meaningful. As she put it, "I want to know my learners can pick the right tool when they see it. Showing the choices visually lets me create a quiz that matches their real-life work. That's way better than just having them pick the right words or phrases from a list of text."

Here's how you can use the same approach in your own quiz questions:

Dimitrolos Krajci