Tracking Quiz Content through SCORM in LMS

We have a number of Storyline projects that are deployed in our LMS (Moodle). In addition to tracking scores, I was wondering if there is a way to see the actual answers that students submitted. For example, seeing what they answered on a short answer question or seeing what they selected on a multiple choice question in addition to just getting the score. 

Thanks very much in advance,

Whitney

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Mary Kay Wagner

We are just getting started and are in the process of exploring options. We currently maintain employee training records in Master Control. We want to make e-learning modules more accessible to mobile staff e.g. sales staff. The company is beginning to role out ipads. What are the questions we need to be asking to ensure that e-learning delivered on ipads can be synched with our training records?

Peter Anderson

Hi Mary Kay, 

To track your users who view iPad or HTML5 content, you'll need to do any one of the following:

  • Deploy your course from Articulate Online: Articulate Online fully supports tracking users who view your course with the Articulate Mobile Player on an iPad. When you publish, choose Articulate Online as your publish option, and mark the checkbox to "Use Articulate Mobile Player on iPad." Find out more about publishing to Articulate Online here.
  • Deploy your course from an LMS which supports the Tin Can API: Tin Can is a communication specification which allows learning management systems to receive tracking data from mobile apps. When you publish, choose LMS as your publish option, and mark the checkbox to “Use Articulate Mobile Player on iPad.” (If your LMS provider doesn’t yet support Tin Can API, we recommend that you urge them to do so.) Find out more about publishing for LMS here.
  • Deploy your course as HTML5 content, and have learners access it from your LMS with a browser that supports HTML5: This is a good option if you’re using an LMS which does not support Tin Can API and if learners will use an iPad or other device which doesn’t support Flash. When you publish, choose LMS as your publish option, and mark the checkbox to “Include HTML5 output. Find out more about publishing for LMS here.
Marcello Gizzi

Phil Mayor said:

Hi Whitney

really depends on the version of moodle you are using for how easy this information is to get out of moodle. I am using 2.3 and you can get score reports that lists the interactions and lets you download to excel. 

I can post some screenshots or a screenr if it would help

Phil