I’m busy prepping for my concurrent session at Adobe Learning Summit on Monday, 21st October. During this session, I’ll be sharing some cool tips on how to use the drag and drop interaction in Adobe Captivate 7. And guess what… It’s becoming really difficult to wait until Monday to share all these amazing tips, so here’s one of them, just for you!
When you add a Drag and Drop interaction, you get the ability to add a generic audio feedback for correct and incorrect answers. This audio feedback gives an indication to the learner if the response was correct or incorrect, but they don’t get to know why the option was correct or incorrect. In these interactions, it will be beneficial for the learners to receive some corrective or remedial feedback, which will help them answer the question correctly.
A few months back, I had posted this video, where I demonstrated how to associate descriptive audio feedback for correct responses. Today, we will see how to add audio feedback for incorrect responses as well. Check it out!
Here’s a video with the steps to add incorrect audio feedback to your drag and drop interaction.
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