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Forced tracking 10 months 1 week ago #5087

  • Johan Mestdagh
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I've put my XOT on forced tracking. That works well for quizzes and multiple choice questions.
But the result is that fill the gap-exercises now only permit 1 attempt. Can I avoid this?
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Forced tracking 10 months 1 week ago #5088

  • Tom Reijnders
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Hi,

What do you mean with Forced Tracking?

You can Force Tracking behaviour of a learning object, but that is usefull to preview a modules that will be exported as a SCORM module or played using xAPI.

It doesn't do anything else.

Furthermore the only thing that influences how attempts are tracked is the tracking mode, which by default only tracks the first attempt.


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Forced tracking 10 months 1 week ago #5089

  • Johan Mestdagh
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Hi Tom
It is indeed our intention to export as a Scorm to Toledo (KULeuven).
After we selected forced tracking, the students can not go back in quizzes to try again and guess the correct answer. Which was good.
But the problem is that after the selection of forced tracking, the procedure of fill in the blank-questions also changed. Now students have only one try. After that they can not correct the blanks. And without forced tracking, that was always possible.
Is there a possibility to select the parts in forced tracking?

Johan
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