Configuring page completion settings

Each page of your Project can be assigned a completion requirement. This dictates which action or actions your learners need to fulfil in order for the page to be completed. Each completed page contributes towards a learner’s progress. Progress is required in order for a learner to achieve a Completed status.

For more information about how progress works in Elucidat, see Feature Focus: Progress and Score.


Completion requirements

Elucidat offers four different completion requirements to choose from.

  • User opening the page: A page with this completion requirement will be considered completed when the learner opens the page. This is best used for pages with mostly text content, pages with no interactions to complete or splash pages that introduce a chapter or subject.
  • User opening all parts of the page: This means the page won’t be considered completed until the learner has viewed the content for all interactions on that page. This could mean opening Hotspots, viewing a Carousel or watching video all the way to the end. This is best used for pages which require the learner to absorb information more actively by interacting with the content on the page.
  • User submitting a score: This setting means that the page will be completed when the learner submits a score by answering a question. This is best used for pages that contain questions that contribute to a learner’s total score.
  • User submitting a correct score: This means the page will only be completed once the learner has achieved a correct score by answering all questions on the page correctly. If the learner achieves an incorrect score, their score will still be logged but the page will not be completed. This is best used for pages that contain questions where achieving the correct answer is important or required.

As well as controlling how each page contributes towards overall course completion, the completion requirements also work in conjunction with Page Locking. By combining page locking with a completion requirement you can prevent the learner from moving forwards to the next page in the course until they have fulfilled the page’s completion requirement.

For example, using User submitting a correct score on a page where a page lock is enabled will require the learner to submit a correct score before they’re allowed to move forwards.


Setting the page completion requirement for a page

1. Go to your page’s Page settings


2. Select the Scoring & Completion tab.

3. Select the desired setting from the This page is completed by drop down menu:


4. Save the changes.


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