By means of the course element "Checklist" you can add different kinds of checklists to your course. For each course element, create a checklist with as many checkboxes as needed. Create individual check boxes in the tab "Check boxes" via the button "Add checkbox". You can add files for download to a checkbox.
In this tab, you can determine whether a deadline should be effective for the checklist and if and how course participants are assessed. Depending on the selected settings, you have different valuation options at your disposal. The later assessment takes place either in the course run with closed editor or in the assessment tool of the course. Attention: Once an assessment has taken place, you should not change the configuration anymore.
In this tab you create and edit the checkboxes that the users can tick later. Click the button „Add checkbox“ in order to create a new checkbox. A form opens in a pop-up.
Title: Enter a meaningful short title for the new checkbox.
Access: Define who can actually mark the box as selected. Participant and coach allows for both to check the box. Once Coach only is selected, participants will see the box but won‘t be able to select it.
Label: You can select from 11 different types of checkboxes: Achieved, Verified, Done, Fullfilled, Processed, Passed, Attendant, Presented, Read, Viewed, Confirmed. Choose the one most appropriate for your purpose.
Score: Legen Sie fest ob Punkte für markierte Checkboxen vergeben werden und wie viele.
The description is shown in the checklist to the right of the checkbox along with the title, the score (if configured) and the uploaded file, if applicable.
If necessary, you can add a file for the participants to download.
The table then displays an overview of the checkboxes that have been created. The order can also be changed here.
After you have created the checklist, you will see the two tabs "My Checklist" and "Manage checklists" on the element page. Course participants without coach rights can not see the administration tab. If the checkboxes have a score it is visible to the learners, thus the calculation of the overall score is reasonable.
The checklist management offers an overview of all checklists of participants coached by you, and provides printable overviews. Filter the table by group if you are coaching multiple groups. Edit the checkboxes and assess your participants directly, without leaving the course. The evaluation can be carried out either per person or per box.
You can also download PDFs for offline use. The "PDF overview" button opens a PDF file with the checklists current state across all your supervised participants. The PDF includes a signature column.
Clicking the "PDF marked checkboxes" creates a PDF containing a table per checkbox with all those participants that already checked the box.
Changes to the checkboxes should only be made after the submission date has expired.
Altogether there are four options to edit user checklists and process their assessment at your disposal.
By clicking the "Edit per checkbox" button, a new table with a list of all participants filtered by checkbox opens. Select the appropriate checkbox by using the checkbox filter dropdown list. This can reduce the error rate significantly, especially for large checklists with many checkboxes.
If activated by the OpenOlat Admin, the option "Multiple checklists" is also available. It opens the checklist wizard, which enables you to create multiple similar checklists simultaneously. They will be added as child nodes to a structure course element. The checklist group is inserted at the bottom of the course. You can arrange the group or individual checklists afterwards via drag & drop into their correct order.
Create a template for the new checklists on which all to-be-created checklists are based on in the first, and configure them in the second step. All lists, checkboxes and configuration settings can be edited separately in the course editor after creation.
The second step lets you determine how many checklists should be created based on the template defined in the first step. Specify a title, which will then make up the individual checklist titles together with a sequential number. You can adapt the titles in the next step.
For more information on the the checklist configuration, please refer to the Checklist: configuration . If you configured the checklists to have a deadline, you can define the date in the third step.
The third step of the wizard allows you to customize the individual checklist titles according to your requirements. Define the individual due dates here, if you enabled the deadline in the previous step. Just leave the date input field blank, if you do not wish to configure a deadline. The deadline configuration will be disabled for checklists without due dates.
Define the title and description of the parent structure course element in the fourth and last step. Both short title and title are displayed as usual in the course.
Determine whether assessment information from the checklist sub-elements should be displayed in the course element "Structure", and how the assessment should be conducted. For more information on the course element "Structure" and the assessment information of other course elements, please refer to the chapter Knowledge Transfer- Structural element: Score.