Course completion tracking settings
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Course completion tracking is a new feature in Moodle 2.0
The site administrator must first allow course completion tracking on the site. Then the teacher must enable it in the course. Then the Course settings under the "Completion tracking" link will mean something.
Overall criteria type aggregation
Choose here how you wish to mark the course complete -whether you want Any or All of the requirements that follow to count towards completion.
- This setting allows you to have another course as a prerequisite for completing the course you are currently working in.
- NOTE: this does NOT mean that you cannot enter the current course unless you have first completed the earlier course; it simply means that your current course cannot be marked "complete" until the student has also completed the named course(s)here.
- If completion tracking has not been set for any other courses yet then this link will show the following message:
Manual self completion
If you check the box in this link, then students can mark the course as complete themselves. In order to do this, the Self_completion_block must also be added to the course.
Manual Completion by..
Depending on how you set the Aggregation method, this setting allows for any or all of:
- Course Creator
- Non-editing teacher
to declare a student's course complete.
Listed here will be the activities in the course which have Activity_completion set to them.
Check the ones you want to count towards Course Completion.
If you check the Enable box you can then set a date, after which the course will be declared complete..
Duration after enrolment
If you check the Enable box you can then choose a number of days after enrolment upon which the course will be marked complete.
If you check the Enable box you can set a passing grade for the course.
If you check the box Completion on unenrolment then the student's course will be complete once they have unenrolled.