[LON-CAPA-users] Conditional Sequence Help
Sun, 2 Mar 2008 19:57:03 -0800
I did a poster on just this kind of thing at the UIUC
Conference. We used it a couple of semesters in an Organic Chemistry
I can't say that it provoked much interest. Maybe I'll just use the
same poster again this year. :-)
What you want to do is have a branch from the same point where you
have set your existing condition but with the complementay condition
(i.e. "take this route whenever the question has not been answered"),
and which leads directly to end of the enclosing sequence, so that
there is always a single continuous path to the subsequent sequence...
I can give you the /res URL if you are interested.... if I haven't
already done so, I suppose I could make it open source.
But I think you get the idea.... right?
On Sun, Mar 2, 2008 at 3:04 PM, Todd Ruskell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> We are doing some work with conditional sequences in LON-CAPA 2.6.2, and
> have run into some unexpected, and for us unfortunate, behavior. The
> sequences consist of 3 or 4 resources, each some kind of problem except
> for the last resource, which is an html page.
> In the RAT, I've tried labeling each intermediate problem as "Regular",
> "Mandatory" and "Optional."
> The conditionals are all "Blocking this link if false" and simply check
> to see if the previous problem has been answered.
> When the sequence is imported into a course, the sequence itself works
> The problem is that the rest of the course "below" the sequence (as
> viewed in the Navigation page) also becomes conditionally hidden until
> the last condition is met. Is this expected behavior? Is it possible
> to not have this happen (so I don't have to change the course structure
> to keep things visible to students)? What's the magic incantation?
> Thanks for any help you can provide.
> Dr. Todd Ruskell
> Senior Lecturer, Department of Physics Office: Meyer Hall 326
> Colorado School of Mines Phone: 303-384-2080
> 1523 Illinois Street Fax: 303-273-3919
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Raymond J. Batchelor
Dept of Chemistry
Simon Fraser University