Is it possible to reset a course in Storyline?

I'm wondering if anyone else has had trouble with this. 

Here's a current issue we're having: a user takes a course and passes it. They get a certificate with the correct completion date in the LMS. This course is an annual education requirement, so 13 months later the user opens the course again to retake it. For whatever reason, the user has to close out of the course before he gets to the test for a second time. When he goes back into the LMS, the course still displays that it's complete AND gives a new date. 

Is there a setting or something that we need to trigger in Storyline to force the LMS to not show complete and give the new date of completion? I'm not sure where the problem lies at this point. Is the LMS receiving the date from the output of Storyline, or is this something outside of the output that Storyline sends to the LMS and soley an LMS issue?

11 Replies
Peter Anderson

Hi Jill, 

I guess the best way to test it, would be to try testing your course in SCORM Cloud. That will help us determine if the issue is Articulate-related or if it's on your LMS's side. If it appears in SCORM Cloud as well, we'd be happy to take a closer look at what might be going on. If you can't replicate the issue in SCORM Cloud, it's probably an issue that you'd want to take to your LMS team. 

The articles here and here may also help clear up common LMS issues.

Thanks, Jill!

Jill Blaser

Assuming that I'm using the SCORM Cloud correctly, I think there might be as issue. I took the course and passed. It recorded my time and score. I relaunched the course, selected no when asked if I want to resume, went through about half of the course (not getting to the test), and exited the course. The SCORM cloud still reports my initial score and shows complete.

And this is consistent with what's is happening in our LMS. The problem is, in this example, I would want the cloud (and eventually the LMS) to show incomplete with no score because on my second try I didn't have a score or complete the course. Is this possible?

Helen Tyson

Hi Jill,

Just a thought based on how the LMS we work with operates - it's a setting within the LMS itself, not the course, that clears the completed status and allows for recertification on a pre-set schedule, annually for example, and works in conjunction with an expiration date set on the certificate. 

Without knowing which LMS you use (and therefore its functionality) I couldn't comment as to whether yours does the same but it would be worth checking with your LMS supplier.

You may have to set some slides in your course to initial state when revisiting, but this is more about the ability to answer questions differently each time rather than the score/date previously sent to the LMS.

Regards

Helen

Pauline Sebestyen

Has there been a solution to this? We are coming across a similar issue. We upload a SCORM file in our new LMS, Docebo. The learner registers and completes the course, which has the Course complete trigger at the end that initiates when the timeline starts. We don't care about how many slides the learner has completed. The learner gets a Completed status. But, if we are to reset the course and make the learner register and complete it again, the system asks if they want to resume where they left off and the course is set to Completed in the LMS even if they don't reach the end. Is this an LMS issue or a Storyline issue?