Alternate ways to drag-n-drop slides
Apr 26, 2021
I'd like to ask the "e-learning hivemind" about a specific request.
Given that accessibility can overrule the idea of drag-n-drop slides due to lacking a mouse to drag and drop cards, what are your ideas to spin the concept of association in order to replace a drag-n-drop slide? It's easy to make each possible drag item into a separate multiple-choice question, but... sometimes, you need to be creative ;)
I personally can think of text-entry fields next to the "would-be drop zones", in which the learner has to type A, B or C, all written in the question, with the feedback being controlled by text variables and verification triggers.
What about you people? What would you suggest to replace drag-n-drop slides, all while keeping the association aspect?