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David Becker

If you were willing to array all the colored boxes horizontally rather than vertically and used text only for the drag items, then a matching drag and drop interaction would do the trick.

Just name the target items 1,2,3 and 4, then place the pictures over them to obscure all but the ends of the target areas and name the drag items 3D, internet etc.

David Anderson

Hi Maxim,

Just wondering if you couldn't use a multiple choice quiz to achieve a similar effect. Using Quizmaker's radio buttons without text choices, you could position the radio buttons over each notecard and ask the learner to identify the choice that matches a specific label?

So rather than drag and drop where the learner drags all four choices on the same question, you go with a multiple choice quiz where the learner makes once choice at a time.