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Suggestions for page improvements
'Tell when a course is complete' Course_completion - OU, Jan 11, OK, maybe include a graph, mention similarity/differences with conditional activities, has Manual completion sections, might add Automatic Completion
- Course completion settings* how are they set, who sets them (eg Admin must activate sitewide...), all things before they get used by students
- Using Course completion - OU, Jan 11, basic overview OK, useful link to Course_completion, link to comparison of course completion/conditional activities (new page?)
- Course_completion_status_block - see above under blocks, linked to
good link to Course completion screencast (Mary's) -could insert HQ clip on Activity completion http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6vjgfMae8U (mess though, it has both activity and course completion)
Again, must distinguish this clearly from Conditional activities!
M, common/creative uses of this function in one place... check Self completion block too, not sure.
- Course completion FAQ M, would be very good to have it...
- Hi Chris, just come across this page (obviously!), Course completion tracking and [[Course completion tracking settings]] and decided to redirect 'Course completion tracking' to 'Course completion tracking settings' as they're about the same thing. Hoping you approve ;-) --Helen Foster 17:59, 10 March 2011 (UTC)
- Hi Helen, the template went to the other page, so I decided completion settings was more consistent with UI page that says "Edit course completion settings" --chris collman 18:45, 24 September 2011 (WST)
Course completion page should give the general idea of what this features does, and not focus upon the actual settings. I am still unclear what settings belong here, so I may have added more than necessary in the introduction. the major points:
- Course completion must be enabled by the site administrator
- Course completion can stand on it's own, without going into each activity
- Activities can be specifically included in a course completion criterion
- Showing each student their progress can be an option
- Cron must run to reflect any changes
- Manual settings by student or teacher or both.
- In the course completion settings it can additionally, can force the teacher, non-editing teaching, and manager to all manually check an activity or course as complete.
- In the activity, it can allow the student to mark it complete.
- Automatic marked completion by criterion:
- In an activity it is student driven: it can be by grade, if viewed or both.
- In a course it can be based upon specific activities the teacher selects
- In a course, it can also include an overall passing grade, number days enrolled or if they unenroll from the course.
- Aggregation method discussion: All and Any in what is a very complex matrix of choices.
In my production Moodle, I wanted students to be able to see if they had completed a questionnaire. I think I had to turn on Advanced features > Completion tracking to see that pop up in the course settings so I could enable it and then go to the activity settings. Anyway, that is what I did and it worked :) Perhaps there is a shorter way.
These are notes to myself after several hours of playing with this feature.--chris collman 23:02, 9 October 2011 (WST)
Condition for entering another course?
Mary boiled it down. Chris deleted his comments and left what he thought was the essense.
Hi Chris - see the tracker entry where they explain course prerequisite does NOT mean banning access to a course and also the ongoing semantic argument about what to call course prerequisite :) http://tracker.moodle.org/browse/MDL-22259 mary cooch
The reason I noticed this was that there has been confusion with the term "course prerequisite" that is used in the course completion tracking settings - you can set a named course as a "prerequisite" for your current course completion - and people are assuming wrongly this means you cannot enter the current course until you have completed that previous named course -it doesn't mean that - it just means that you cannot have this current course completed until you have also completed the previous named course. A pity - as what people are assuming wrongly is what people would actually want to have - and we don't have it yet :( Mary Cooch