cmi5 Allowed Statements in Storyline ?

I am very pleased to see that cmi5 is now supported in Storyline 360 !

I am curious to know if storyline generates "cmi5 allowed" statements in Storyline 360 ?  

(FYI - "cmi5 allowed" statements are custom xAPI statements that use the cmi5 standard framework.  This awesome feature is one of the reasons why cmi5 is such a great standard !)

Bill McDonald

 

 

6 Replies
Vincent Scoma

Hi Bill,

Happy to help here!

At this time, we are not providing custom "cmi5-allowed" statements. Could you tell me a bit more about the particular statements you are looking for? I'd be more than happy to pass this along to our team so we can look into this further. 

Please let us know if you have any questions! 

Bobby Jourdan
Vincent Scoma

Hi Bill,

Happy to help here!

At this time, we are not providing custom "cmi5-allowed" statements. Could you tell me a bit more about the particular statements you are looking for? I'd be more than happy to pass this along to our team so we can look into this further. 

Please let us know if you have any questions! 

Hi there Vincent,

I am looking into the Storyline cmi5 publishing option. Is it still the case that "cmi5-allowed" statements are not possible in Storyline?

If that is the case, would you please throw some light on why would one choose to export in cmi5 instead of Scorm with Storyline? What would be the benefits.

Thank you
Bobby

Lauren Connelly

Hi Bobby!

You have the option to publish for LMS using cmi5 now in Storyline 360. 

There is a lot of information out there that explains the difference between cmi5 and other standards. Here are a few resources that should provide clarity:

Boyan Jourdan

Thank you, Lauren,

One of the sources says "In addition to xAPI statements developers can define themselves, cmi5 specifies a set of common verbs for xAPI’s actor-verb-object structure."

I did not find any information confirming that I can create "cmi5-allowed" statements in Storyline 360 - is that correct?

Thank you

B