Articulate Storyline provides around 20 types of form-based graded and survey questions. The fact that they are form-based, it is easy for the users to quickly assemble them with ease.
Here is an example of a basic True or False question being created in Articulate Storyline.
Free Form-based Questions
Even though form-based questions are an easy way to quickly create assessments, Articulate Storyline’s free-form questions are also fun to play with and completely flexible! With free-form tools, normal slide objects can be converted into engaging interactions; such as:
- Photographic characters to drag-and-drop scenarios.
- Static pictures to multiple choice question.
Have a look at how you can create a free-form question with a non question slide:
In this video you will learn the following:
- Hot to pick-one questions
- How to switch between form and slide view.
Have a look at Storyline’s free-form question types:
You can create drag-and-drop question’s in two ways. First way is by converting objects on existing slide,to free-form questions. Second way is by scratch, have a look at the video to understand how it works:
The video teaches you:
- How to identify drag items and drop targets.
- How to select drag-and-drop options.
- How to customize question properties.
In case you are wondering, you can easily convert a non-question slide into free-form question.
With Articulate Storyline’s free-form hotspot question you can create interactive assessment that can be graded or ungraded.
The following video will teach you; the following:
- How to insert a free-form hotspot question.
- How to add an image.
- How to define your Hotspots.
- How to choose the submission method.
- How to customize the question properties.
You can use Storyline’s free-form text-entry question to make fill-in-the-blank assessments.
Here you will learn the following:
- How to insert a text-entry.
- How to define acceptable answers.
- How to specify the question that is to be submitted.
- Customize question properties.
Hope these videos helped you in understanding how to create a variety of questions in Articulate Storyline!