Matching-list questions require learners to specify which items in one list correspond to items in another.
About the examples
In this example, the learner chooses chemicals responsible for the respective colors of autumn leaves.
This example was built using PowerPoint’s Trigger effects. We were able to retain these links when we converted the slide to HTML5 using iSpring Suite.
This example comes from the Guided Analysis activity, where learners practice using a soil analysis job aid. Using the job aid, learners drag the correct soil type next to the various proportions of sand, clay, and loam.
This example was built using iSpring Suite’s QuizMaker.