Restricted Navigation is a feature that enables learning modules to require linear completion.
From the learner’s point of view:
The forward and back buttons on navigation blocks are disabled if they have not met the completion criteria for the page.
On the hamburger menu or the side bar the learner can track their progress through the ‘progress indicator dots’ as follows:
When a page is not completed, in the menu it is greyed out and the links are not active and are restricted.
When a page is complete, in the menu it has a green dot after the page title and the link is active.
When a page is in progress, in the menu it has an orange dot after the page title and the link is active.
When a page is active, in the menu the link is active or accessible
Completion criteria can be set specifically for each page.
Types of Completion Criteria
Complete when viewed (for pages and content blocks) or when all questions are answered. - This is the default setting. This criteria that all interactive activities such as multi choice questions and short answer questions need to be completed. This criteria is still working even when restricted navigation is not enabled. When a page is completed a xAPI completion verb will be generated.
Complete when answered correctly - This means that the navigation is enabled when the learner gets all the interactive blocks on page correct.
Complete when the required grade is achieved - the navigation is enabled when the learner has achieved a set grade. Ignore completion tracking - This option turns off completion tracking for pages. This is useful when you don’t want navigation restricted to certain pages.
Ignore completion tracking - This option turns off completion tracking for pages. This is useful when you don’t want navigation restricted to certain pages.