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#325 Create a quiz with Google Forms [2/4]: Exploring the different types of questions

This is the second in our series on creating a quiz with Google Forms. In this post, we look at the different type of quiz questions that you can create as well as the different elements you can insert into the quiz itself such as images, videos and section breaks.

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#317 Create a quiz with Google Forms [1/4]: Getting started

We’ve already looked at how to create a survey using Google Forms (#23 Creating surveys with Google Forms). Now you can use Google Forms to create a quiz! This is the first in a short series of posts on how to get started, a look at the different questions, how to view the responses and… Continue reading #317 Create a quiz with Google Forms [1/4]: Getting started

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#219 Moodle Question Types [2/3]: Drag text to image

We continue to look at a number of new Question types in Moodle. In this short video we show you how to create an image that has 3 draggable text items that should be matched to 1 text drop zone. It’s possible to have multiple text drop zones to make the question more complex. Featured image:… Continue reading #219 Moodle Question Types [2/3]: Drag text to image

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#215 Moodle Question Types [1/3]: Select missing word Question Type

In this series of 3, we look at some new question types in Moodle 3. We start with ‘select missing word’. This video shows you how to create a question.  You can make it more complex by adding additional missing words within the same question. Featured image “054-lost-n-found-screen” by Jeff Mikels (Flickr) is licenced under… Continue reading #215 Moodle Question Types [1/3]: Select missing word Question Type