The course homepage serves as the main hub of your course. Visit your course homepage regularly to view course content and upcoming assignment due dates.
Your course homepage will include the Course Outline and additional sections for Points and To-dos (if enabled) to get a sense of all tasks that need to be done.
Tasks you have completed will be marked completed with a check. Furthermore, you will be able to directly continue where you left off with your tasks.
The completion criteria ensure learners accomplish their milestones that constitute learning while providing the autonomy of asynchronous learning within a cohort or at their own pace. It starts out as a single progress bar when a single completion data is recorded and gradually displays additional components when progress data is available that learners can use to track their To-Do’s and quickly access them when needed.
You can find the completion criteria on the homepage of a NovoEd course. Learners will no longer lose track of their completion status, while going through all the content and activities, then realizing they have not made any course progress required for completion.
It appears on the lesson header as soon as the learner progresses with activities triggering the completion criteria. Empty progress will only be displayed on the learning experience interface home page, but not on the lesson pages when no progress data is recorded.
On the top of the homepage, you will see the different places to go to from the homepage.
|You can go to the assignment gallery to view your own and publicly submitted assignments of peers.|
|You can go to discussions to go to the course communication and view the newest posts and comments in your course.|
We have also included a help widget for you to access at any point if you are seeking additional assistance.
If enabled for your course, the leaderboard is where you can see your ranking compared to other learners.
Lastly, the dotted icon shows you the other options, if enabled. It may be named differently in your course: