Drag and Drop
Drag-Drop sets can be defined as Inline or not-Inline. The difference relates to how the target behaves once a drag item has been dropped into it. By default, we recommend Inline for cases where text is being dropped into the target, and not-Inline when you are dragging images.
The feedback icon can be associated with either the Drags or the Target. This also impacts the marking.
|•||An interaction with the feedback on the Target might typically be scored out of 1.|
|•||An interaction with feedback on the Drag items, with e.g. 2 drags, would be scored out of 2.|
You can expand size of target as desired. The target size is not related to size of the containing cell.
TIP: If you want to have 2 or more target and you want the user to drag various options into the correct target (cell) then you should use 2 or more cells as shown in the image below (2 cells shown by 2 gray bounding boxes).
To do this you would double click to create a new cell then add the correct answers to that cell in the list. Now repeat the whole process in a new cell with the correct answers for that cell in the list. Now arrange your items (blue bounding boxes) on the page as you desire. Note: There is a connection between the gray and blue bounding boxes so moving your gray boxes may move your blue ones as well.
Note: Check box, radio, drag drop, drop down and gap text interactions can now have negative graded marks. These will show the negative feedback icon.