How do I hide a Section on my course main page until a student completes a previous Activity?
You will learn how to use Completion tracking/Activity completion, Restrict access and Grade to pass to hide a Topic Section on your course main page in TITANium until a student completes a given Activity with a passing grade, such as an Orientation quiz as in the following example.
1. Enabling Completion tracking
Follow these steps to enable Completion tracking for your course.
1.1. Enter your course in TITANium.
1.2. Click on Edit settings.
The Edit settings link is in the Administration block which by default is the first block in the left-hand column of your course main page.
2. Adding Activity completion to the Orientation quiz.
Follow these steps to add Activity completion to the Orientation quiz activity.
2.1. Click on the Activity link.
2.8. The Quiz now has a check box to the right of the title.
3. Using Restrict access on a Topic Section.
Follow these steps to set a Restrict access condition to a course Topic Section.
3.1. Turn editing on.
3.5. Click on Activity completion.
Note: Your own list of restriction categories may be different than shown below. The list of restrictions increases as you add/enable features within your course. For example, the Groups and Grouping restrictions only show up once you have added a group and a grouping respectively to your course. Likewise, if you have not enabled Completion tracking in the course edit settings, then the Activity completion restriction option will not display.
3.6. Using the drop down menu, choose "Quiz on Orientation Video".
The Quiz is the activity which must be completed with a passing grade before this Week 1 section will become accessible to the students.
3.9. Instructor view of the Week 1 Topic Section.
4. Adding a Passing grade to the Orientation quiz.
Follow these steps to add a Passing grade criterion to the Orientation quiz activity.
4.3. Locate the Quiz on Orientation Video and click on Edit.
4.4. Click on Edit settings.
4.6. Type a value for Grade to pass field.
In this case, the "Quiz on the Orientation Video" is set for "Interactive with multiple tries" which means that as the student checks the answer question by question they receive feedback based on which answer they chose. Wrong answers can be tried again for full credit. Or, a student may retake the quiz as many times as they want until they get all of the answers correct. So, all students should be able to get 100% on the quiz with relatively little difficulty.