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Guidelines to Design Matching Questions in E-learning Assessments [Infographic]

Guidelines to Design Matching Questions in E-learning Assessments [InfoGraphic]

Training enhances skills and abilities of employees to be aligned to changing business needs. It is well understood that assessments are vital components of e-learning courses. They are a medium to measure training outcomes. Assessments not only strengthen learning but also help evaluate the learner’s comprehension of a course.

Matching activities are used to assess and engage learners in between the course. They enable the learners to match two sets of data. Options in the first column are known as ‘premises’ and those in second are called ‘responses’. Matching can take various forms such as ‘drag and match’, ‘drag and drop’ and ‘drop down’.. Matching questions may be used in formative assessments and not in summative assessments. There are other guidelines that one needs to keep in mind as well.

So, check out the guidelines as to how to design matching questions in assessments through this infographic.

Guidelines to Design Matching Questions in E-learning Assessments [InfoGraphic]

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