Oracle Learning series: 1- Activity sequencing, observation checklists and re-assignment rules
In Release 23A, several controlled availability features will be released generally available to all Oracle Learning customers. In anticipation of that, we're starting a weekly series of posts here in the community throughout the end of the year covering a variety of topics related to these features.
You can find the list of controlled availability features along with instructions to participate in the controlled availability program if you are interested here: https://www.oracle.com/webfolder/technetwork/tutorials/tutorial/cloud/r13/wn/learning/releases/22D/22D-learning-wn.htm#T42112.
The features are summarized below for reference.
Activity sequencing provides the ability for administrators to define the order in which a learner progresses through a series of sections and activities in offerings or specializations; adds support for optional offering activities; and allows administrators to define which specific activities may be required or optional for attaining a completion. It also adds support for sections in offerings to help manage the learner’s experience through offerings with large number of activities if required.