Priima courses are usually based on chapters and content pages. A course may contain only one chapter with its content and another course may be significantly larger in scope.
Always read the course instructions first; particularly specific instructions related to completing the course.
Courses may also have a discussion area, which may include course instructions from the instructor.
The course may also contain notifications, which can be found in the Notifications screen. Click on the notification to see the full version.
The course instructor determines how the course will be conducted. Course progress can be free-form or in a set order. Please remember to check the course information for any time limits. In addition to this, there may be different time limits for the course assignments.
Course with a certain passing criteria
If particular completion rules have been set for the course, you can follow your own progress in the course in the dashboard’s Courses and Assignments screens as well as in the course.
- If the course conditions are to go through the content pages, you can see the grey/green tick marks for each chapter and content page. The tick mark turns from grey to green when you complete the page/chapter.
- If the mandatory assignments are a condition to complete the course, the green progress bar will increase as the assignments are completed. The navigation bar on the side also shows a grey or the green tick mark depending on if the assignment has been completed. The status of the assignment is also always visible next to the assignment.
- If the course requires the completion of mandatory assignments and reading the content pages of the course, the course overview shows the completion status of both the assignments and the pages.
Monitoring progress in the course
The Course Results view summarizes your own course completion status. You can also compare your own progress with other course members:
- My own progress, that is, how much of the course I have completed so far.
- The average progress of the course, ie how other course members are progressing in the course so far.