Learn more about the TCRC interactive types below.
The Accordion interactive presents expandable items to learners. Accordions can be used to provide terms or questions that the learner clicks on to reveal a definition, explanation, or answer.
The Board Game interactive can be used to present the learner with a sequence of quizzes within an interactive gameboard. The Board Game combines multiple quiz types (Multiple Choice, Drag and Drop, Drag Text, Fill in the Blanks, and Mark the Words) and gamifies the assessment experience.
The Chart interactive can be used to present data in a pie chart or bar chart.
The Collage interactive allows you to set up multiple images in a custom layout to create a collage.
The Course Presentation interactive allows you to enrich presentations with interactive elements such as images, videos, and quizzes. These elements can be inserted throughout the presentation, and you can quiz the learner with several different interactive types, including Summaries, Single Choice Sets, Multiple Choice, Fill in the Blanks, Mark the Words, Drag and Drops, Drag Text, and Interactive Videos.
The Dialog Cards interactive can be used as a drill to help learners memorize words or facts. Dialog cards provide a prompt on one side of the card and a corresponding answer on the other side. Dialog cards can be helpful for language learning; presenting math problems; or memorizing facts such as historical events, formulas, or names.
The Documentation Tool interactive serves as a wizard that can help learners easily document and evaluate goal-driven activities. The interactive can also be used as a form wizard. The pages and elements of the wizard are fully customizable and learners can download a copy of the information they’ve entered in the form.
Drag and Drop
The Drag and Drop interactive allows learners to drag text or images and drop them onto the corresponding locations in an image. This interactive type can be used to test the learner on grouping elements that belong together, matching an object with another object, putting elements in the correct order, or placing elements in correct positions.
In a Drag Text interactive, the learner drags a missing piece of text to its correct place to form a complete sentence or expression.
Fill in the Blanks
In this interactive type, portions of words or sentences are removed from a text and the learner is asked to replace the missing text.
Find the Hotspot
The Find the Hotspot interactive uses an image to quiz the learner about a given topic. Learners are presented with a question or task and must respond by clicking on the section(s) of the image that correctly correspond to the task description.
The Flashcards interactive can be used as a drill to help learners memorize facts. Flashcards provide an image prompt on one side of the card and a corresponding answer on the other side. The learner is asked to type a word or expression related to the picture before turning the card to reveal the correct answer. Flashcards can be helpful for language learning; presenting math problems; or memorizing facts such as historical events, formulas, or names.
Guess the Answer
The Guess the Answer interactive uses an image prompt to quiz the learner about a given topic. Learners are presented with a question or task and must guess the solution based on the image prompt.
The Image Hotspots interactive can be used to create infographics. This interactive type allows you to enrich an image by defining points of interest and providing in-depth information about the details depicted.
The Interactive Video content type allows you to enrich videos with interactive elements such as images, text, links, and quizzes. These elements can be inserted throughout the course of the video, and you can quiz the learner with several different interactive types, including Summaries, Single Choice Sets, Multiple Choice, Fill in the Blanks, Mark the Words, Drag and Drops, and Drag Text.
Mark the Words
In a Mark the Words interactive, the learner highlights words according to a given task description.
The Memory Game interactive can be used to test memory. The learner is presented with a set of cards that he must turn over two at a time until he finds all of the pairs of matching cards.
The Multiple Choice interactive is a multiple choice quizzing tool.
The Question Set interactive can be used to present the learner with a sequence of various question types. Question Sets can serve as a more comprehensive form of assessment, combining multiple quiz types such as Multiple Choice, Drag and Drops, Drag Text, Fill in the Blanks, and Mark the Words.
Single Choice Set
The Single Choice Set interactive is a quizzing tool that contains question sets with one correct answer per question.
The Summary interactive can be used to help learners remember key information about a given text, video, or presentation.
The Timeline interactive can be used to present a sequence of events in a chronological order. The Timeline allows the learner to explore in-depth information about events within the chronology.