HELP!! Quiz Design in a Project that reports to LMS

I'm a new-bee and have a question-issue.

I've built my first Project and it works great!!!   It has 1 Main Menu and there are 11 Chapters (Scenes) in it with a Quiz at the end of each Chapter-Scene. The person is scored on the completion of each Chapter Quiz, not the entire course..

Now I completed the Publish-LMS and find that I can only select 1 Quiz to send results to the LMS system!!!  Is this true?????   I need to send each Chapter Quiz Result to LMS as the Quiz is completed.

How do I get my Project to report each Chapter Quiz to my LMS system??

HELP!!!!!!

3 Replies
Christine Hendrickson

Hi Ray!

Articulate Storyline and Articulate Presenter allow you to track a course by the number of slides viewed or by one specific quiz (result slide). However, you may be able to track more than one SCO in a course, using any of the unsupported methods described here

It may also depend on how your LMS interprets the data that Storyline sends to it

Hope that helps!

Christine

Ray Mooney

Thank you very much for the information ...... I'm new to the LMS environment and Articulate. Everything is a Learning Experience!!!

Given all your LMS experience and expertise with Storyline what do you see being used as a "Best Practice" for designing 1 Course that will have multiple quizzes?

Thanks again!!

Christine Hendrickson

Hi there Ray,

To be honest I don't have a lot of experience working with LMS providers. There are so many, and they can vary quite a bit. Also, the methods provided in that article aren't officially supported by Articulate, so I'm afraid I wouldn't be able to offer a lot of assistance with suggestions for that.

If you'd like to get some feedback from other community members that have used those methods, you may want to consider posting over in the Building Better Courses section. It certainly couldn't hurt and you'd probably get a lot of suggestions - we have an awesome community here! :)

I wish you the best of luck in your project, Ray! Let me know if I can be of any assistance.

Thanks,

Christine