How do I add requirements to a Module?

You can add requirements for a Module that students must meet before they can move to a following Module. You can also set up prerequisite modules.

Open Modules

Open Modules

In Course Navigation, click the Modules link.

Edit Module Settings

Edit Module Settings

Click the Settings icon [1]. Select the Edit link [2].

Add Requirement

Add Requirement

Click the Add Requirement link.

Note: You will need to add content items before you can specify how a user will complete this module.

Set Item Requirements

Set Item Requirements

Click the For drop-down menu to select a requirement item from the Module.

Set Action Requirements

Set Action Requirements

Click the users must drop-down menu to select the result of the requirement.

Note: Depending on the assignment type, the menu will allow up to four options:

  • View the item
  • Contribute to the page
  • Submit the assignment
  • Score at least—an additional field will appear where you can enter the minimum score that students must earn

Items in gray are not allowed for the selected requirement item.

Add Additional Requirements

Add Additional Requirements

Click the Add Requirement button to create additional requirements.

Note: If you have multiple iterations of an module item, you can set different requirements for each item.

Update Module

Update Module

Click the Update Module button to set requirements.

View Requirements

The newly created requirements
 will appear below the item title.

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