Click and Reveal Interaction

I am developing test questions for one of my technical lessons.  I want to ask the learner pick out various components on a photo of a complex machine. I have previously used the multiple choice type of question that uses a photo/diagram with numbers on the components.  This gets boring after a few questions so I wanted to add interactive type questions instead.   It is not imperative that these questions appear on a scored test but would be nice.  Here is an example of what I have come up with using a modified "Click and Reveal" type of interaction. 

Is there a way I can use this in a graded quiz?

8 Replies
Alyssa Gomez

Hi Victor,

I think this type of interaction would be perfect for a Hotspot Question

Using a Hotspot Question, you can designate the correct and incorrect clickable areas on the slide. What's more, you don't need to create triggers to slow a layer when the learner clicks somewhere on the slide -- Storyline creates those triggers automatically.

Give that a try, and let me know if you need any help along the way! 

Victor Madison

OK Alyssa, I made the quiz using the "hotspot" free form method you described.  I works pretty good.  I "hacked" the stock feedback for the questions and it looks very close to my click and reveal method.  I think this is better as it may work in an LMS better than my hack.  I had some issues with the "review" function on the results page so I deleted it.  Thanks for your help.

Victor Madison

I selected "allow user to review quiz and show correct/incorrect responses. When you get to the results slide and click Review Quiz, the program shows the question with the animated hot spot on the photo and a bar at the bottom (correct or incorrect) with an "X". When you click on the X, the bar disappears and does not leave any action buttons to allow you to continue through the review. May have to do with my layout is full screen with no PREV NEXT buttons.