I have an idea... but I don't know if it's possible

I've been reading through some past discussions to try to find an answer but what many of them don't mention is whether the finished product is going into an LMS or just on a random SharePoint (etc.) site and I feel like that may make or break this feasibility.

 

Anyway, what I would like to do is create some kind of form via Storyline that users can go to to make a curriculum request and it would be housed on our training SharePoint site (NOT in our LMS). Depending on if they are requesting eLearning or face-to-face learning materials (PPT, facilitator guide, participant guide, etc.), it would ask them a different scene/set of questions. Then that information would get routed/emailed to me/the curriculum developer for processing. Ideally (I feel like this is a stretch, though), it'd be AWESOME if the user could upload some kind of content that gets emailed with it. (I have a different idea for the upload part outside of the story/"form"... but just thought it'd be pretty sweet if it could do it all together.)

 

Anyway, should I nix the idea of creating it all in Storyline and just go with a regular SharePoint form or is this doable/easy enough?

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Crystal Horn

Hi Gloria!  You have a really interesting setup idea.  To start, if you'd like to host your content on SharePoint and you need to track learners' progress and results, publish your Articulate content for LMS (SCORM) and use SharePoint's free Learning Kit:

 

While I'd have to defer to the community for design ideas, I think you could a.) accomplish some specific navigation paths using variables, and b.) include some form of quizzing (unscored freeform pick one questions, perhaps) to send the user's selections and/or entries back for reporting.  Here's what Storyline 2 sends to an LMS.  

The learners won't be able to upload any content back into the course, but this discussion touches on a workaround for that idea.

I hope that gives a little direction!