Ok, so this has nothing to do with parliament. This is just to illustrate what you can now do with QUestions in OLab3.
QUestions are simply ways of interacting with the learner within the Node page, without having to make them navigate off to different nodes in order just to gather information or have them make decisions. This is similar to the kind of survey questions that you can build in SurveyMonkey, but OpenLabyrinth provides much more power in terms of conditional rules, allowing greater responsiveness to user input.
The first type of QUestion that we illustrate is the simple text input box. In most cases, these are just recorded by OLab but are not usually evaluated in any way. We can now also apply simple conditionals or QUestion Rules so that case authors will be able to design cases where such input is tested or evaluated (against a set of rules or desired answer options).
Single line text question
Note that the user must press the Enter key
Multi-line text entry
Note that the user must click on the small [Submit] button to validate this answer before leaving the node. But as with the single-line questions, the response is still recorded, even if the user forgets to click the [Submit] button.
These next QUestions are evaluated. The Counter scores increase or decrease according to how you answer, but you will only see these scores change when you leave this node.
In this next QUestion, which is of Multiple-Choice type, you can pick any or all of the options.
MCQ with best of 5, many shots
Responses can arrayed vertically or horizontally.
In this last Pick-choice type QUestion, you can only pick one option.
Pick choice style uses radio buttons:
Map: Question Time in the House (118)
Review your pathway
Simple counter to store a response.