Turning a 'Course Completed' status on a scorm into a SCORE

Hi - I'm in the process of moving LMS and we're having an issue with our SCORM content. We have roughly 200 SCORMs that need to be uploaded. All of the SCORMs have a course completion trigger, bringing back a passed/incomplete result. The completion of the course is being tracked on the LMS, but it cannot automatically be put into a gradebook, as they are not configured to return a point value.

My question is this: is there a way to update the code in the published SCORM to return a value of 1 or 0 instead of passed/incomplete, without having to redevelop every SCORM ?

To return to our vendor to get each SCORM updated would cost both time and money that we don't currently have.

I've already updated some JS and html code in the published SCORM that was particular to our old LMS but I'm stumped on this one. Hoping someone has had similar experience and can help.

Thanks in advance

Edel

 

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Dave Cox

Hi Edel,

It can be done. The first thing you need to know is what version of SCORM you are targeting. The scorm variable varies by version. In SCORM 2004, it's the cmi.completion_status variable that returns the completion status and the cmi.score.raw variable that set the learner's score.

Be cautious when you set those variable outside of the normal values. Normally, Storylines internal variables update those cmi variables when it needs to update the LMS. The possible values for those variables are specified by the SCORM spec. In most systems, not following the spec will just cause it to not work.