ILT Learner is absent, what should course status be

  • 26 September 2022
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Looking for feedback on how others would handle this.

(Yay we get more reporting coming on event status, but…..I don’t know if that answers my questions/problem.)

If you mark a learner absent on an event for a course that is attendance based for course completion. It shows their status as ‘in progress’.

I don’t know what the right answer is here. I don’t think it’s fair to mark them complete, they didn’t show up. BUT the course is over, they can never complete it.

I want to capture that they didn’t show up, I don’t want to show a completion on course reporting (Credit where it isn’t due), but I also don’t want it to hang out forever on their in progress course list.

I could mark them as ‘suspended’ I guess? What does that status even mean?

How are you all dealing with this?

 


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Hi @lhubbard I feel your pain...there is no real status that could accommodate this scenario...would also love to hear what others are doing...I think “Suspend” blocks them from the course all together so not sure that would work…

Outside the LMS, what would you normally do to track the absence and followup post session? If you have another course that can grant an equivalent credit, that could work to mark the first course as completed, or, if the session was recorded, they could be marked as completed after watching that.

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@lrnlab Outside of the LMS we would need to be able to assign them some other training, or count it against the number of acceptable absences for the program. In this specific scenario we need to count it against the number of absences.

 I honestly don’t care for equivalencies. I don’t like how both courses show complete on reporting, but I understand why that is.

With these ILT’s I can’t use the video in the ILT to mark complete. The sessions are a whole day, can’t load a video that size. :)

So ideally, we are looking at a report that indicates a ‘failure’ or ‘absent’ status on an ILT and the learner doesn’t have it perpetually in their task list.

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I hear you...have you searched the ideas board to see if anything similar has been posted?

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perhaps you can vote this one up?

 

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*upvoted* (How did I miss that one before!?)  :)

I did search, but nothing stood out. It is always possible I missed something though.

 

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Thanks!

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