Publish course - Reporting and tracking

Feb 01, 2016


I'm making a course for a dual targed audience: people who never worked for a bank, and people who have experience. The goal of the course is to introduce them the products of our company. 

So, I've created a course with to 'acces points':

- people with experience can chose to take an optional quiz (quiz 1). When they pass the quiz they may close the course without viewing the theoretical content of it. When they fail, they are obliged to take "acces point 2".

- acces point 2 is for people without experience. Those start with learning all characteristics of our products. Afterward they have to take a required quiz (quiz 2) to test their skills. Only when they pass, they can end the course.

On the result slides of both quizzes I've added the trigger "exit course".

When publishing the course I've chosen "track using quiz results". However, I can chose only 1 result slide (that of quiz 2).

Does anyone know: if a student passes quiz 1 and ends the course, is the course than also "passed/completed". Or, do we have to enter a variable/value/...?

Thanks for any insights!


2 Replies
Leslie McKerchie

Hi Tina!

Articulate Storyline lets you track a course either by the number of slides viewed or by a single quiz (result slide). Tracking both measurements for the same course isn't supported. Similarly, tracking multiple quiz scores in the same course isn't supported. However, you may be able to track more than one SCO (shareable content object) in a single course using one of the unsupported methods in this article.

Result slides give learners dynamic feedback at the end of quizzes and surveys. They also send reporting and tracking information to learning management systems, including learners' responses and scores. You also have the option to have a master result slide of multiple results slides so that you can send this information to your LMS. See this tutorial to learn all about result slides.

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