It would be great if webform conditionals could interact with course objects. I often come across situations where it would be easier to direct participants if I had the ability to create “tracks” in course outlines. If I could set questions to ask the user what credit type they are interested in, then they can trigger the course objects they need to complete to appear.
Right now, I have to use more than one course page to mimic a “track” functionality but as we add more credit types into the mix and more requirements that are specific to each credit type, it becomes confusing for the user. For example, someone claiming just AMA credit has no reason to interact with a quiz that’s required for MOC II under specialty boards. Yet, we still have to somehow require these two users to complete certain objects based on what credit they are interested in. But, we also have objects both user types would be filling out, like a course evaluation.
Being able to trigger course objects based on webform questions will allow users to customize their track with simple selection type questions. It would be more likely that we can eliminate child courses or simply additional course pages entirely with this kind of functionality. It would also mean easier reporting, because admins wouldn’t have to look over multiple course pages, meaning multiple reports.
So in summary, we can cater to multiple credit types and multiple user types within the same course. While minimizing the need to have the user navigate multiple pages, and objects that don’t pertain to their own credit claiming experience.