Track your progress in your module

What is it?

From the 23/24 academic year, modules will have progress tracking on by default. This will help you keep track of what content in your module you have interacted with so you can tell at a glance what you still need to do.

Note that if you don’t see this, your instructor may have disabled this tool in your module.

What does it do?

It shows what content you haven’t opened, what content you have opened, and what you have completed. Items you have or have not opened will be tracked automatically, and you can mark items as completed manually.

Blackboard tests, quizzes, and assignments will be marked completed automatically.

What should I know?

You can look at your Learning Modules to see how many items you have opened. If you have opened an item, it will have a circle half-filled next to it.

Screenshot of a Learning Module that says "1 of 6 started". The Learning Module is open and there is an arrow pointing to a content item that has a circle next to it that is half-filled.

To mark an item as completed, you must have first opened it. Once you have done this, you can tick the half-filled circle to mark it as complete.

Screenshot of an item that's been opened and has the half-filled circle. The mouse has hovered over the circle and the text pop-up says "Mark as Complete".
Screenshot of an open learning module that has the progress bar that has an arrow pointing to it that says "1 of 6 completed". The top item has a tick mark next to it, and there is an arrow pointing to this tick mark.
Updated on 20/07/2023

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