Compatibility Articulate with Oracle/Learning Management Systems
Feb 14, 2016
I have a question regarding the compatibility of articulate files and a learning management system.
That's the situation:
We use OLM (Oracle Learning Management System). My company has hired a consultancy which is developing a content server application (in Oracle) which will store all of the training material I create. They confuse me with regards to the compatibility with articulate and would appreciate if anyone who has worked with Articulate and OLM (or any other learning management system) can help.
That's what I want:
I'm creating training materials with Articulate (Quizzes, Training, Evaluation and Assessments). All this material should be accessible for the learner with our learning management system. As a company, we want to be able to run a report, track and save employees learning activities, such as quiz scores or date of completion.
So I would like to understand whether this is correct:
- Articulate files allow oracle to run reports.
- Articulate creates scorm files that can be saved on OLM and played by the learner
- Any articulate file created (such as .exe or shockwave) can be read and the information saved on OLM (such as the quiz result)
- Any individual learning history such as quiz results or training completion that is provided by articulate software can be read by oracle. Therefore oracle can run reports based on the articulate file results.
That's my problem:
The consultancy keeps telling me, to better use oracle assessments and evaluations rather than the articulate ones. They say, that no reports can be run if an articulate quiz is done, as the score is not saved in a way that oracle can run the report.
That is not what I understood when starting to use articulate.
Can someone help?