Enable Activity Completion for students to keep track of their assignments. Course Completion Tracking provides students with overall progress towards completing all requirements for the course (as set up in Step 3 below).

Step 1 - Enable Completion Tracking Feature

Completion Tracking needs to be turned on for your course for tracking of either activities or course completion.

To enable completion tracking for your course:

  1.  Turn editing on and select Settings from the Gear (upper right) pull-down menu.

  2. Scroll down to the Completion tracking section and click the arrow to open the section.

  3. Click the dropdown menu next to Enable completion tracking and select Yes.



  4. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Save and Display.

Step 2 - Define Completion for Activities/Resources in the Course

Once you have enabled Completion Tracking for your course (Step 1), you can go to each activity/resource and choose which ones to include in activity completion.

To enable completion tracking for an individual activity or resource:

  1. Click on the activity or resource to open it.

  2. Click on the gear menu (top right).

  3. Click Edit settings.

  4. Scroll down to the Activity Completion section.

  5. Click the arrow to open the section.



  6. Select either Students can manually mark the activity as completed 
    • on the student's course page a checkbox is displayed by the activity or resource which the student can click to check or uncheck

    or Show activity as complete when conditions are met
    • a checkbox is displayed by the activity or resource on the student's course page and is checked when the condition for completing the activity or resource is met by the student



    Select Do not indicate activity completion to disable completion tracking for this activity.

  7. The following options are enabled when Show activity as complete when conditions are met is selected. Click to select (check) a condition that is required.
  8. Optional: Enable Expect completed on to set a date and time for expected completion.

  9. Click Save and return to course or Save and display (activity or resource).

Step 3 - Define Course Completion Requirements

  1. Go to the course homepage and click the gear icon (top right) to select Course completion from the menu.

  2. From the General section select whether Course is complete when ALL of the conditions are met or ANY of the conditions are met referring to the condition sections on this page. For Course Completion to be tracked at least one condition in the sections below must be specified.



  3. Expand the Condition: Activity completion section to select (checkbox) activities or resources that are required for completing the course. Set the Condition requires: ALL (or ANY) selected activities to be completed.

  4. Specify any other conditions in the sections below.

  5. Click Save changes

Step 4 - Add Course Completion Status block

This block is not necessary for tracking completion of activities and resources only.

  1. Go to the course homepage and click Turn editing on from the gear icon (top right).

  2. Click the hamburger icon (top left) to open the drawer menu.

  3. Click Add a Block at the bottom of the left column.

  4. Select Course Completion Status from the Add a Block menu.

    If Course Completion Status does not appear in the Add a block menu, it has already been added to the course.


  5. The block will be added on the right side. Click-and-hold the Move block icon Move iconin the block header and drag it to a new position.

  6. Click Turn editing off from the gear icon (top right).

Sample Completion Report

If any criteria for Course Completion Tracking have been enabled, Teachers can view a report (accessed from the Course Completion Status block, Step 4) that details the completed criteria for each Student.



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