I can say with a certain level of confidence that every person in elearning industry knows test elearning templates and have seen and used at least a couple of simple and multiple answer pages. Actually, almost all of our elearning template sets contain at least these two elearning templates used for test pages. However, our goal was to create more diverse and engaging elearning templates, so we have created a bunch of them in the last couple of years. So let’s jump in and take a look around of our pool of elearning test templates!
As mentioned before, the most common type of test template is single answer template, which allows a user to choose one option of a couple of given ones.
Very similar in design and functionality is the multiple answer page, which, you guessed, allows a user to choose two or more correct answers from given options. Usually, this template looks almost the same as single answer template, only the radio buttons are changed and sometimes this page also has wider space for textual information. And, of course, it’s functionality is different, allowing the user to select more than one correct answer.
True or False
Then, similar to simple answer template is the true or false template. This elearning template has a placeholder for a situation description or a fact, continued by two buttons – true or false. Of course, you can simply change the labels for these buttons, so they display “Yes/No”, “Right/Wrong”, “Case 1/Case 2” or any other option. For this template, user’s answer is submitted the moment he clicks on each of the buttons, so he can’t change his answer later.
If you need more than one true or false statement, then we also have a template for you. The user can select one option for each statement and then submit all the answers, by clicking submit button. With a little bit of work, you can also adjust this template to have more than pre-made options.
Drag and Drop
Of course, we have various drag and drop templates. Let’s start with the very classics of elearning. This is a rather simple, basic design template for arranging items in a correct order and it is in most of our template sets as well.
If you prefer more horizontal design, we have the timeline drag and drop template. It is great for organizing things from start to finish or for remembering, for example, the correct dates and the events which happened on these dates. Just put one kind of them in the drag circles and other ones in the drop area circles!
We also have quite a lot of various designs for these templates, for example, round one. This one is also great for managing things in right order, just in a round form.
Drag and drop templates are also a perfect way to check if the learner can tell the correct answer by visual cues. For example, this template type has an image with the drop areas on it and then the drag elements on the side. To complete this task, the user needs to drag circles to the correct drop zones.
Or maybe you have three or more smaller images and each of them is describing one thing? Then this template would be a great choice for you.
Next, we have this drag and drop elearning template. It is great for definitions, facts, text snippets or other information you can sort into two different parts.
Hotspot Image Quiz
All these templates are pretty usual, let’s explore some more interesting ones. How about image with questions? Here you have set of buttons on a single image, each button takes you to a question and then back to the image.
Hotspot Video Quiz
We also have a similar template for video – when video (or rather part of it) has done playing, learner gets a question. After learner answers it, he can watch the second part of the video and answer another question. You can have as many parts of the video and as many questions you like.
Then we have this kind of test template. It is great for answering multiple answers at once, for example, showing how bad or good are some decisions or actions. It can also be used as a tool to simply engage the user by asking a feedback.
Furthermore, we have this matching elearning template. This template is great for matching sets of two binding terms, for example, countries and their capitals or car manufacturers and car models, or even events and the dates when they happened.
As the last template, I’ll add this test/game template. Learner simply needs to put together a puzzle! Maybe it is a bit more to the playful and exciting side of elearning than the actual learning process, but you can make an image with your company’s key values or some fact. And we bet that by the time your user will be finished with this puzzle, he will also remember the fact displayed on the screen!
We really want to believe that you can find what you wish to use to make your elearning courses engaging and interesting for users! Just check out our elearning templates library – it has so much more content and designs than the ones described here!
Note: most of the elearning templates described in this blog and in our library are made with built-in tools and the results report to LMS, but not all of them. Some are made as a simple tool for creating learning process more engaging and if you want them to report results to LMS, we can provide with custom development or you can make the necessary changes yourself.
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Great write-up IevaLemhena. I have enjoyed your activity. I am so glad to read your article. This is what e-learning is meant for. A learner enjoys learning with performing different activities, and can learn from anywhere, anyplace. A person always shows interest and is not only used for students but also helps a lot to the organisation.