I have a couple of jointly-provided meetings that are tough to manage for a number of reasons. The latest is a group that essentially has two tracks–a half-day for physicians and full day for nurses/allied health. They used to apply as two separate meetings, which was just silly since a lot of physicians attended the allied health meeting and most NPs and PAs would attend the morning of the allied health and then switch to the physicians’ meeting.
I convinced them to treat this as a single meeting with two tracks this year, and now I’m pulling my hair out over how to make the post-assessments work. We normally require completion of the post-test and an evaluation, before claiming credit, and base access to each object in the course outline on completion of the previous object. Because I can’t tell EthosCE that end users need to complete one or the other (and in some cases, both) to move to the evaluation, I’m at a loss.
I could just have both quizzes available in the outline and give instructions about who completes which one, but I can’t REQUIRE either quiz. Ezra suggested I do two courses-within-a-course (not really parent-child, just having two course objects that are courses) where the appropriate quiz, eval and credit claiming (and certificate) would be attached to each one, but for those attending half-and-half, this is problematic, and the crossover between the two is significant enough I really can’t make that work.
If I use a webform with conditionals, I can require people to answer the quiz questions that pertain to them and make access to the evaluation object dependent on completion of the webform, but then I don’t have automatic grading for a mandatory pass rate. I guess I could set up conditionals on each question that forces them to re-do the question until they get it right, but that would very labor-intensive, and while we’d have 100% pass rates for everyone we’d have no way to report out how many attempts it took for people to pass.
I’d love to either have a webform that allows for question components to be auto-graded, or a more configurable quiz setup where conditionals are allowed, to address this scenario. Frankly, we have a handful of other activities where this would come in handy, as well.
Does anyone else run into this problem, ever, or is it just me and my crazy world?