Assessment created in Storyline is not responding as intended in Coursemill LMS

Hi: I have a client for whom we created two assessments using the quiz function in Storyline. We created, essentially, a 32 question quiz. The quizzes were wrapped as SCORM 2004 as per their instructions. The quizzes worked as intended for about a year.  They installed a new coursemill LMS and requested that I rewrap the quizzes in SCORM 102.  I did so. The quizzes are no longer responding properly. I am attaching images of both the client's report and my programming of the assessment.

Their Coursemill folks have not been able to figure anything out. I meet with them on Thursday. Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks. d

 

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Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Deirdre, 

In regards to the second issue documented, most LMSs consider a course to be in review mode once the user has reached the completion point so that they can't accidentally reset the course, but you could modify as detailed here. Typically it is up to the LMS though which score they'll keep and report out to users/admins. 

As for the first issue, it looks like the first score is noted as 99% and the second is noted as 93%? What did you set as the passing score for each? 

When looking at LMS issues, you may want to review the article here with some common troubleshooting steps including testing it at SCORM Cloud which is an industry standard for LMS content. 

Deirdre Waters

Hi: Thanks for helping. I have a frustrated client and feel her pain, but I am not sure about next steps. 

Attached is testing from Digital Ignite and Scorm Cloud both showing the course working as intended. 

If you can look at the attachment, I will follow your links. Thanks. d

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Deirdre,

If it's working as expected in SCORM Cloud you'll want to share those results with your LMS team.  I'm not familiar with Digital Ignite, but if it also works there, perhaps the Coursemill set up isn't supporting all the elements within SCORM 1.2 ? Did they make you change from SCORM 2004 for a particular reason?