All progress is shown in a bar chart. This chart consists of a green, a red, a white and sometimes a grey area. These colors represent parts of the learning content and have the following significance:

  • green: finished correctly

  • red: finished incorrectly

  • grey: finished, but with unknown result

  • white: not finished yet

For example:

The chart shows that 75% of the course, module or objective (depending on the context) has been completed: the remaining 25% is still white. The size of the green area in relation to the red area shows the ratio of correct answers to incorrect answers. The weight of the answers is used to calculate this ratio. In this case the ratio is 2:1. The relative progress and the percentage of correct answers are shown numerically when you move the cursor over the diagram. For some modules (e.g. files or links) it is only clear that the student has viewed the module; the result remains unknown. This is represented by a grey area. If, for example, one half of a group has opened a file, the ‘group result’ of this file will look like this:

You can change the result for this type of modules manually. Sometimes the contents of a lesson changes slightly. E.g. a question is added, an objective is altered or the weight of a question changes. This can result in a grey bar appearing in the progress diagram. This can occur, for example, when a student has viewed the previous form of a module and a new question has been added at the start of the module. The student has not answered this question, but is already ‘past’ the new question. The score for this question is therefore uncertain and is shown as a grey bar. This will appear as follows:

A grey area may also appear during practical work, if there are exercises that cannot be evaluated automatically. The report of the results of practical work may show extra information that you can evaluate yourself.