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Can curriculums be prerequisites?

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Feb 18, 2013 Feb 18, 2013

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I am new to Adobe Connect and looking for tips on the best way to set up a learning path.

We are creating a self-training program for learning software.  We have divided the program into 8 topics; each topic will have 12-20 short videos to watch followed by a quiz.  When all topics have been completed, the user will take a final exam to earn a certificate.

I was thinking of creating a folder in the Training Catalog with a curriculum for each topic, plus a curriculum for the final exam.  Each video will be a course within the curriculum.  I would like the final exam curriculum to be hidden until the user completes all topic curriculums.  The topic curriculums can be completed in any order.

I see that prerequisites can be set up within a curriculum, but I think we have too many videos to only do one curriculum.  Is there any way to set this up so users must complete the topic curriculums before the final exam curriculum will appear?

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No, prerequisites are a function of curriculum. They can only be assigned to objects within a curriculum.

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