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David Slavin
If I check the box for a course to set it to a Continuous course, where I can find that due dates are set?

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Brian Williams
  • Agilix team member

Hi David:

You may see the target due dates for a continuous course in the student's gradebook. These dates are what are called "soft" due dates as they are not enforced and are a guide to keeping the student on pace with their enrollment enddate as opposed to a range course that uses enforced or required "hard" due dates which may be defined on each activity. Additional information may be found here: How do I set up a continuous enrollment schedule course?

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David Slavin

Thanks again.  One more thing in a Continuous course am I allowed to set the "soft due dates"  for each assignment etc ?

Thank you for your assistance

David

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Brian Williams
  • Agilix team member

No you can't since that course type is geared towards student's going at their own pace. If you need to define specific due dates, a range course would be the best option. 

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David Slavin

When I check the soft dates in a continuous course they jump all over the  place. It does not seem correct.  Like seven days to go from 1.00- to 1.01?

I also noticed in the course settings, it had the course from  a from august 2020 to Jun 2012- but for the Days slot it stated 365 . is that how it should b

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