Log into Learning Spaces for more information about Configuring Activity Completion.


Using Activity Completion settings, an instructor can decide what (if any) criteria must be met for a Quiz to be marked complete.


1. Go to the Edit settings menu for the Quiz. 


Edit, then edit settings



2. Locate and click on the Activity completion heading.


Under Activity Completion, the completion tracking dropdown has three options



3. In the Completion Tracking dropdown, select one of three options:

  • Do not indicate activity completion: no indication will be provided.

  • Students can manually mark the activity as complete: indicated with a solid-line square on the main page. Students must click this square to complete the activity.

Quiz 1 with a solid-line square box on the right hand side


  • Show activity as complete when conditions are met: indicated with a dashed-line square on the main page. The instructor must set up specific criteria based upon student activity within the Quiz to complete the activity.

    Quiz 1 with a dashed line square box on the right hand side


4. If Show activity as complete when conditions are met is selected, a series of options will appear.


5. Click the checkbox beside any conditions students should meet. Students will be required to meet ALL selected conditions for the activity to be marked complete.

  • Require View: the student must simply click on the quiz.

  • Require Grade: the student must attempt the quiz.

  • Require Passing Grade: the student must achieve a passing grade as set by the instructor.

  • Or all available attempts completed: the student must complete the maximum number of attempts. 



If completion tracking is set to show activity as complete when conditions are met, the available conditions are Require View, Require Grade, Require passing grade



6. When done, click the red Save and Return to Course or Save and Display button.


Save and return to course button and save and display button


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