How does course structure affect tracking in LMS?
Hello. I am developing a fairly lengthy course structured as course => module => lesson.
I generally like the idea of splitting up content--it makes file sizes smaller. E.g. it's much easier to go back and make a change to an individual lesson, instead of having to open up a massive file with the whole course.
To do this, I have split each of the course's modules into several lessons. That is, I have created each lesson as individual .story files. I have then linked sequential lessons with triggers in the next/previous buttons on the last/first screens of each lesson that point toward the folder containing the lesson I want to open. Hope this makes sense.
Here's my question: The course will be uploaded to a client's LMS. Will the fact that I have split the course up in this way limit the ability of the LMS to track it? I have never delivered a course to an LMS before, so LMS are pretty new to me... I was also hoping I could tie in a pre- and post-training self-assessment in the form of a likert scale. That might also cause me some problems, but I haven't gotten that far yet :)