Specifically, it allows a user to attempt to identify a feature within an image by clicking on that feature. The instructor can specify via an XML configuration file some text to show when the user clicks correctly or incorrectly, and some "extra" informative text to display once the correct answer is revealed. The instructor can also specify the color to outline the feature with, and a maximum number of attempts, after which the answer and "extra" text is shown.
Now for the downside. In order for the RCO to know the location of the feature in question, a set of points must be passed to the RCO as a large applet parameter. This set of points must be generated using the QuizImage Builder front-end application. Instructions on how to obtain and run this application on your image can be found here.
This link will bring up a separate browser window with a page that uses this RCO.
Create your XML file one of two ways:
Edit this sample Quiz Image XML file
Generate your XML automatically with this link.
This RCO bundled as a jar file
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