SCORM Files - Number of concurrent users?
Feb 08, 2016
We recently ran some SCORM quizzes built in Storyline 2 and had some issues running them with a large number of users in Sakai. We published the packages using SCORM 2004 3rd Edition.
The scores for the packages were all over the place for a number of students. We are assuming it was the number of connections to the LMS that was affecting the scoring but I have been wondering if there is some sort of data limit set for the SCORM package itself that might alter the reporting of results if too many users are accessing the same package.
What was happening was that students were selecting the right answers but Articulate was marking them as incorrect. This doesn't happen if I, or someone else, tests them in the student role, but the package was definitely performing very weirdly under load.
Is there anything else, other than network overload, either in the story or the SCORM package that might account for this?
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