Using Controls and variables to customize learning stream
I can visualize in my head what I want to happen, but can't wrap my head around how to build it in SL2.
I have a course for a Health Authority to train staff on various aspects of managing a client/patients participation in a support group.
I've broken the course down into 15 identifiable and measurable activities.
Here is the issue, there are a wide variety of programs, departments and/or locations within those programs, and individual roles within the departments/locations. So of those 15 identified activities any one person could be required by the scope of their role to need to know anywhere from a single activity to all 15 activities. As well, many of the learners would already know some of the activity functions from previous
My solution that I envision is 15 distinct scenes (1 for each activity), that are done in linear fashion (as some of the activities might be pre-resiquite for a next activity). What I would like a learner to be able to do is when they access the course, just after reviewing the learning objectives a table would show (picture of a list done in excel), with 15 radio button controls on the left side of the table, defaulted to the "selected" state. Learners would be instructed to select or deselect all activities that apply for their role/experience. If selected a true/false variable attached to the control would make the kinked scene accessible, If de-selected, the scene would be bypassed.
End goal is too allow the learner to select their own eLearning stream, based on what they need to learn for their role and what they already know.
Any thoughts or ideas?