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{{Moodle 2.0}}The self completion block in Moodle 2.0 onwards provides a link for students to indicate when they have completed the course.  
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{{Blocks}}The self completion block onwards provides a link for students to indicate when they have completed the course.  
  
 
It requires manual self completion to be enabled in the [[Course completion|course completion settings]].
 
It requires manual self completion to be enabled in the [[Course completion|course completion settings]].
 
When a student believes they have completed the course, they click on the link "Complete course" in this block.
 
When a student believes they have completed the course, they click on the link "Complete course" in this block.
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The course completion status block will initially say completion is "in progress". After the next cron job this will change to "complete"
 
The course completion status block will initially say completion is "in progress". After the next cron job this will change to "complete"
  
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[[Category:Completion]]
 
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Revision as of 20:56, 26 August 2011

The self completion block onwards provides a link for students to indicate when they have completed the course.

It requires manual self completion to be enabled in the course completion settings. When a student believes they have completed the course, they click on the link "Complete course" in this block.

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The course completion status block will initially say completion is "in progress". After the next cron job this will change to "complete"

Selfcompletionstatus.png