How to remove Restart and Resume buttons
Apr 25, 2019
Hello e-learning experts. Please pardon the "newbie" question.
I'm designing an exam using Articulate Storyline, which is loaded in our LMS (SCORM) as a "course" content. After the participant has finished the exam and closed the browser tab, we would like them to NOT be able to "resume" or "restart" the course, since we only want them to have one attempt.
In our LMS, whether they pass or fail the exam, they could go back to their learning menu, find the course ID, and click on it again, to re-launch the content. If they figure this out, they will be greeted by the "Resume or Restart" options (picture attached). This allows them to re-do the exam (which we would like to avoid - we don't want them to see the questions to study from or share with others).
I was thinking I should add a trigger to disable the navigation buttons on the first page once it was "visited" the first time, so that even if they clicked "restart" in the player, it would bring them to the first page of the quiz (a title page), but they cannot proceed any further. Does this make sense? Is there a better way?
Thanks for your input!