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Examples of Advanced Adaptive Release

To release content based on multiple grade columns, add two or more grade criteria to a rule:

If you have advanced readings for students who receive 85% or more on both their first term assignments and their midterm exams, set up grade criteria for both items. This makes the path to this content narrower because both criteria must be satisfied.

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To release content when students have reviewed multiple content items, add two or more review status criteria to a rule:

Make a unit quiz available when students review the three content items in the unit, by adding three review status criteria, one for each content item. This makes the path to this content narrower because students must satisfy all three criteria for the rule.

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To release content in different ways, add two or more rules to the same content item:

Make a content item available to all students in Week 5, and available sooner to students who mark all previous content items as reviewed. Add one rule with review status criterion and a second rule with date criterion. This creates two different paths students can take to gain access to the content item because they only have to satisfy one rule.

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To release content on two dates or date ranges, add two date rules:

If you want to make a study guide available the week before both the midterm and final exams, add two date rules, one for each week. This creates two different paths to the same content item, controlled by date.

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