Communication between eFront and Articulate Storyline 2 SCORM Package

Hello together,

I want to create a nice form to ask the users for feedback. This form I want to create in Storyline 2.  Because there you can make it really nice. But what is with the results. How does the communication with eFront works. Are there any possibilities to get the content of the filled forms from the users.

Thank you very much.

Regards,
Christa

3 Replies
Leslie McKerchie

Hi Christa!

If you are building the questions within Storyline, tracking via Results Slide, and publishing to an LMS - the scenario you described above should be doable. I'm including some helpful information and tutorials below. If you were setting this up as an actual survey, then that would be up to your LMS as far as tracking as I understand that some are not so good at that.

Articulate Storyline has 20 types of graded and survey questions. They're form-based, which makes them quick and easy to assemble. See this tutorial for details.

Result slides give learners dynamic feedback at the end of quizzes and surveys. They also send reporting and tracking information to learning management systems, including learners' responses and scores. See this tutorial to learn all about result slides.
 
If you're using a learning management system (LMS) to deploy and track e-learning content, you'll want to use the LMS publishing option in Articulate Storyline. 
Leslie McKerchie

Hi Christa!

You would need a results slide for this as well. Unfortunately, you will only be able to report one result slide to your LMS. However, you may be able to track more than one SCO (shareable content object) in a single course using one of the unsupported methods in this article.

Each LMS is different in terms of what they can report out on and how it'll be displayed for you. As a point of reference, here is the quiz data sent to your LMS and if they'll be unable to display it you may want to use a method with either a site like Survey Monkey or even a Google Form that you could embed as a web object.