Sep 07, 2012
I’m working with a client that wants to track the score and number of attempts it takes an individual to pass an assessment. So if it takes an individual 3 times to take pass the assessment, the details (score/date) is reported separately.
The assessment is created in Storyline, published in SCORM 2004, and uploaded to the LMS. Currently, the LMS is only reporting the details (score/date) of the last attempt. I’ve been working with the LMS administrators who tell me
“To get this to work this way, you would need to use SCORM 2004. SCORM 2004 would allow your course to submit a "Failed" "success_status" (course map) and a "Completed" "completion_status" (course level). This would accomplish what you need. If you have the ability to implement the course with SCORM 2004, this would be my recommendation.”
While Storyline is passing this information successfully to the LMS, it is also keeping the course in “suspend” mode when exiting the course. In order for the LMS to report individual attempts , Storyline needs to pass Finish. I found in the help section where you can edit the default exit type to Finish [EXIT_TYPE_FINISH]; however this still keeps the course in suspend when exiting rather than finish.
Since the LMS reports in this fashion, it’s been suggested that I set the course to where the individual can only take the course once – and if they fail, the score will be reported, but the individual would have to re-register for the assessment to take it again. While this is not ideal, it is a work around the client would accept.
Any suggestions or other ideas that may result in the outcome the client is requesting? Suggestions/ideas greatly appreciated.
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