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Drag-and-drop interactions are a go-to for many e-learning developers—and for good reason. They’re versatile, engaging, and easy to build. You can ask learners to drag and drop facts into different categories, challenge them to place objects into a certain position, and much more. Being able to explore course elements like this makes learners active participants in your course rather than passive viewers. And with Storyline, building drag-and-drop interactions is simple.

If you want to add a drag-and-drop interaction to your next course, we have several downloads you can work from. Take a look:

  1. Help learners navigate a new workplace by moving a character through a virtual office with this download by David Anderson.
  2. Test learners on their ability to sort information into the correct category with this interaction by Dan Graham.
  3. Use a drag-and-drop interaction to teach learners a new process with this download by Meaghan Lister.
  4. Give learners a chance to practice new skills in a low-pressure environment with this download by David Anderson.

Check out the downloads hub for more drag-and-drop interactions. And follow us on Twitter and come back to E-Learning Heroes regularly for more helpful advice on everything related to e-learning. If you have any questions, please share them in the comments.

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