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Creating Gates in the Authoring Environment (Click to expand this section.)

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h4. Authoring Condition Gates
Condition gates are special in that they require another tool to provide outputs for the gate to open.  This means that gates can open or close based on the number of questions a learner correctly answered in a [Multiple choice activity|lamc11] or how many contributions they made to a [Forum|lafrum11].

When a condition gate is placed, authors must first select which activity will provide the outputs (LAMS automatically populates the input list with available tools), choose the conditions set to use for the gate, and then map the conditions to whether or not the gate is open or closed.

(For more information on the conditions created by each activity, view that activity's help page by clicking the (?) icon in LAMS.)








h4. Monitoring Condition Gates
Monitoring condition gates is completely automatic, but monitors can choose to open the gate summary page by double-clicking the gate icon on the Sequence Monitoring tab.  \\ This will allow them to view the learners who are waiting for the gate to open as well as learners who have not met the conditions for the gate to open.  \\ Monitors can manually open the gate for the entire class, or allow specific learners through the gate, bypassing the conditions check.

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