Meeting state certification requirements

Hello everyone. It's really important for one of my potential clients to have his courses approved by state agencies, and one of the non-negotiable requirements is: ""Participants should not be able to skip through the program and take completion exam without experiencing/reading course materials."

How would you recommend handling this requirement for asynchronous eLearning courses?

Thank you in advance for sharing your experiences and ideas!

3 Replies
Allison LaMotte

Hi Ellen,

This is a fairly common request, especially when it comes to compliance e-learning. While that's not always an optimal learning experience, sometimes it's necessary. Most authoring apps--including all of the authoring apps in Articulate 360--have options that make this possible.

Does that answer your question? Let me know! :)

Ellen Brodsky

I know about the locked Continue button in Rise, but that seems like it wouldn't really work well for slides that don't have audio or an interaction.

Is there a way to lock lesson navigation so people cannot move forward to the next lesson without completing the previous ones in a module?
Please advise.

Thank you!