5 Types Of Interactive Quiz Formats To Use In Your eLearning Courses

| January 23, 2019

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Many eLearning course creators often have to create quizzes as part of their learning courses since they bring valuable elements to the learning experience.Even though creating quizzes is not that difficult, especially now when there are a lot of online quiz software solutions that make the creation process a lot easier, there are certain things that need to be implemented.It’s important to create relevant questions, place them at the right locations, and present them properly using interactive quiz formats. Today, we are going to focus on the third one, quiz formats, and which ones you need to use to make your quizzes better and more engaging to learners.We will also talk about how the quiz format relates to the questions and their placement as well, overall helping the quiz be more successful. So, let’s start.In most cases, this format requires learners to add words, complete sentences, or write a complete sentence. For these types of questions to be effective when testing the knowledge of learners, it is important to avoid giving any hints or sentence constructions that could potentially reveal the right answer.

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