Tracking Issue in Saba LMS with Quizmaker

From a SCORM perspective, what occurs with Articulate content is as follows:

 

The content has a mastery score and sends learner's score for both failure and successful attempts

 

The passing of the score to the Saba system, whether it is a passing score or a failing score, is treated as a “completion” status by the Saba LMS and the course is then moved to transcript.

 

Saba has indicated that if I wish to have “failed” content stay in enrollment, the content itself should be modified to not send score and to send status as Incomplete when the learner failed the content.

P  If mastery score is achieved course shows 100% complete and passed, and the passing score is passed to Saba LMS

P  If mastery score is not achieved course shows incomplete, the score is not passed to Saba LMS, and thus stays “in enrollment”

Any Help with this would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Spencer

14 Replies
Leslie McKerchie

I apologize Spencer. Andrew did previously mention that. Here is the solution:

You may find that Articulate Storyline SCORM 1.2 content is never marked Completed or Passed in a Saba learning management system (LMS). Saba uses cmi.core.exit differently than most other LMSs, which prevents content from registering completion. Here's how to correct it.
 
Thanks Andrew.
Paul Miller

Who's issue is this Articulate or Saba?

Is it a bug that needs to be resolved?

Does Saba address this issue?

Why my concern? We'll soon to be migrating all our content from Moodle to Saba. I experienced the same issue with Moodle forcing scorm objects into review mode, never marking content completed. This nightmare can't continue.

Leslie McKerchie

Hi Paul!

As shared above:

You may find that Articulate Storyline SCORM 1.2 content is never marked Completed or Passed in a Saba learning management system (LMS). Saba uses cmi.core.exit differently than most other LMSs, which prevents content from registering completion. Here's how to correct it.

If the issue is able to be replicated in SCORM Cloud, then this would be something our team would want to take a further look at.