Multiple Language Courses in a project SCORM results

Hi

Can anyone help?

I have multiple versions of the same short training module in different languages. 3 versions at the minute in my project.

Each version is followed by a multi choice quiz and a multiple response.

When published as Scorm 2004 3rd edition it reports back as passed but with only 33% .

It needs to show a 100% pass rate for whichever version is completed per country?

Any advice please?

Rick

 

15 Replies
Sam Hill

This sounds strange Richard. Have you tested this content in SCORM Cloud to see if you get the same result. Also, I'm guessing you have the mastery score set to 100% (passing score).

Also, can I confirm if this is a SCORM aggregate or just a single SCORM file (single Storyline author file containing all languages and the quiz)?

Richard Cox

Thanks Dave and Sam

This is what I got from Scorm cloud help?

Any help guys?

Regards

Rick

Ryan Donnelly (Support)

Jun 22, 2020, 12:28 PM CDT

Hi Rick

Thanks for your message. That's what it looks like. The course is viewing the three versions of the course as modules that need to be completed/passed in order for the full score to rollup.

Content set exit type to suspend.
Content set raw score to 33.33 ( range is 0 .. 100 ).
Content set scaled score to 33.33%
Content set success to passed.
Content set completion to completed.
Content set session time to 2 seconds.
Content set session time to 13 seconds.
Content set exit type to suspend.
Have you raised a ticket with Storyline regarding this?

Thanks!
Ryan

Richard Cox

Thanks Sam

Its a Scorm single file, 2004 3rd edition.

This is what I got from Scorm cloud help?

Any help guys?

Regards

Rick

Ryan Donnelly (Support)

Jun 22, 2020, 12:28 PM CDT

Hi Rick

Thanks for your message. That's what it looks like. The course is viewing the three versions of the course as modules that need to be completed/passed in order for the full score to rollup.

Content set exit type to suspend.
Content set raw score to 33.33 ( range is 0 .. 100 ).
Content set scaled score to 33.33%
Content set success to passed.
Content set completion to completed.
Content set session time to 2 seconds.
Content set session time to 13 seconds.
Content set exit type to suspend.
Have you raised a ticket with Storyline regarding this?

Thanks!
Ryan

Richard Cox

Hi Dave

Sorry yes , there will be up to 10 different language versions of the same course.

whichever country they are in will complete the video and tests.

just needs to report up to 100% of whichever country chosen.

the languages are all manually entered on quizzes.

 

cheers

 

Rick

Dave Cox

Hi Rick,

OK, I believe that I understand your issue. I've had to come up with a work around for this issue before my self.

Unfortunately the answer isn't really simple. Storyline is designed to present one set of quiz slides, with one set of results. The reason for this is the SCORM specifications.

I have been able solve this problem in the past using two different methods. For as many languages that you have, I think the layer method that I created is your best answer.

When you create your question slides, leave your question and distractors blank on the main slide. Create an additional layer on each question slide for each language you want to support. Then add text boxes with your questions and answers on the language specific layers for each question. Use triggers to set the participant's selection, if the participant clicks on the answer text.

With this method you can support as many languages as you need. Just be careful that you don't shuffle you distractors, as the text layers will not track the shuffle.

I'm attaching an example that shows how I got this to work.

Dave

Sam Hill

Hi Richard, is there any advantage to you have the 10 languages in a single file? I would be looking to split them into 10 different modules. Your scoring won't be an issue then. You could just have a launch page where the user selects their language.

Regarding scoring, you would also be able to look at using JavaScript to set the true score, for example the Storyline score * number of languages.

Dave Cox

Hi Sam,

Yes, you can combine multiple SCOs into a separate file, but this is not something that is supported by Storyline. The solution that I outlined above my sound complicated, but it is actually pretty easy to do. It's amazing what you can do using Storylines layers, triggers and states.

I've tried working with SCOs, before, and frankly, I found getting that to work was extremely complicated and finicky. For me, I'll stick with Storyline. :-)