Adaptive Release
   Adaptive Release can be used to allow access
    to certain course content after specific
    conditions have been met...
   In this example, chapter 2 content will only
    be available to students who have taken the
    chapter 1 quiz
   Ad...
Click
Control Panel
Choose the area
to place content
Click
Add Item
Add the content
Click
                      Manage
  Notice Statistics
Tracking is Enabled
Click
Adaptive Release
Notice the various rules that
         can be set
Content will be
 available once
Chapter 1 quiz is
      taken
Notice that
         Adaptive Release
            is Enabled




For more information contact Lisa Hawkins at hawkinsl@cua...
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Adaptive Release

  1. 1. Adaptive Release
  2. 2.  Adaptive Release can be used to allow access to certain course content after specific conditions have been met.  Conditions may include: ◦ Completing a test ◦ Turning in an assignment ◦ Being a member of a particular group ◦ Earning a minimum grade on a test
  3. 3.  In this example, chapter 2 content will only be available to students who have taken the chapter 1 quiz  Adaptive release rules are placed on the chapter 2 content
  4. 4. Click Control Panel
  5. 5. Choose the area to place content
  6. 6. Click Add Item
  7. 7. Add the content
  8. 8. Click Manage Notice Statistics Tracking is Enabled
  9. 9. Click Adaptive Release
  10. 10. Notice the various rules that can be set
  11. 11. Content will be available once Chapter 1 quiz is taken
  12. 12. Notice that Adaptive Release is Enabled For more information contact Lisa Hawkins at hawkinsl@cua.edu
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