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Actions and the Action List

The Action List allows you to specifiy events, or triggers, and corresponding responses. For example, you can set up an interaction so that when the learner clicks a button object (the trigger) a text object is shown (the response). You can also include conditions to create more sophisticated interactions. For example, when a submit button is clicked (the trigger), if the score is greater than 15 (the condition), then show feedback one (true response), else show feedback two (false response).

The Action List is organized into one or more sections. If there are multiple sections, then these are executed sequentially starting from the top. Each section contains subsections for: trigger events (required), conditions (optional), true responses (required), and false responses (optional).

User tip: Provide descriptive names to your actions so that they will be easier to find later.

descriptive action name