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      1. As instructor, in a site with at least one student, import matchingquiz.zip
      2. Check the Settings to confirm dates will not prevent taking the quiz, then Publish the quiz.
      3. Using a screen reader and keyboard navigation, log in as a student and take the quiz.
      4. Confirm you can successfully:
        • Comprehend each question (there are 2).
        • Respond to each question by selecting a response from the drop-down for each matching item.
        • Submit the quiz.
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      As instructor, in a site with at least one student, import  matchingquiz.zip Check the  Settings  to confirm dates will not prevent taking the quiz, then  Publish  the quiz. Using a screen reader and keyboard navigation, log in as a student and take the quiz. Confirm you can successfully: Comprehend each question (there are 2). Respond to each question by selecting a response from the drop-down for each matching item. Submit the quiz.

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      In Matching questions, the [select] combo boxes are not correctly labelled with the options you are attempting to select.

      Thus, a screen reader simply reads: "A, B, C, D, E" as you select each of these items from the drop-down menu when you are trying to respond to the question.  For a screen reader user to answer the question, they need to remember from the question text what answers A, B, C, etc. correspond to, or constantly scroll back up on the page to have it re-read.

      The user should be able to hear to what items the selections correspond.

      For example, for the following question:

      Identify synonyms.

      A. They're
      B. It's
      C. Its
      D. Belonging to him
      E. None of the Above

      1. [select] They are
      2. [select] It is
      3. [select] Belonging to it
      4. [select] His
      5. [select] The location of something

      The desired behavior is that the [select] box should say: "A. They're, B. It's, C. Its, D. Belonging to him, E. There".

      A possible complication involves the use of HTML in the matches.  Currently, you can have anything as a choice OR match, including images, embedded audio or video, or LaTeX math.  The display of the combo boxes is currently the same for a visual user - A, B, C, D, E.  Without eliminating the HTML option for the match items (which could potentially break existing or reused quiz functionality), I'm not sure how these would be labeled correctly for all users?

       

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                • Assignee:
                  rmmcget Ron McGettrick
                  Reporter:
                  rainribbon Tiffany Stull
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