I don't know what to call it exactly, but have you ever covered a topic of how to make the access of an activity contingent upon the completion of another?To this question, I shared I didn't know much about this in Moodle 1.9, but there is certainly a way to accomplish it in Moodle 2.0. Below, please find responses and approach depending on your Moodle version:
So, for example, a student could not begin quiz #2 until she had "successfully" met certain criteria/score in completing quiz #1?
Is that possible - and if so, how is it done? At what level can it be done? Activities - Topics - Courses?
For Moodle 1.9, Mary "MoodleFairy" Cooch shares the following:
For Moodle 2.0, consider the following:
Source link: http://docs.moodle.org/en/Conditional_activities
Conditional activities is a new standard feature in Moodle 2.0 onwards, which enables teachers to restrict the availability of any activity according to certain conditions such as dates, grade obtained, or activity completion.
Please see the following demonstration videos:
- TIP: Previous users of activity locking or conditional activities should note there are some new terms in 2.0. The activity setting menu uses "Restrict availability", which is more robust than the previous activity locking conditions. The activity setting menu also has a new functionality called "Activity completion". Both these menu settings must be enabled by the administrator.
Conditional activities in Moodle 2.0 video: