Tutorial Library - Recording Learning

Good afternoon,

I've been tasked with creating a tutorial library on Storyline 2 for different variables of the same process type. I have all of the tutorials done and each one has a results slide indicating if the process was successfully completed.

My training team wanted something they can go into the menu and have the trainees complete each tutorial as they go over those different variables. Does anyone know if I can record learning for each one and then record it as having completed? Or will it only show up as 10% completed, then 20%, etc?

This is my most ambitious project to date (the zip file was over 30 kb) and I'm waiting for it to become available on our LMS for my own testing but wasn't sure what I could expect. Management wants each to show as completed when they pass them and then a final passing score but I don't even know if that's possible.

Do I need a results slide for the whole project to get that to work?



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Alyssa Gomez

Hi there Kara!

It sounds like you're tackling quite a project! And you are correct--you will need a results slide to send reporting and tracking information to the LMS. Does each tutorial contain a quiz?

Some folks opt to include a results slide at the end of each quiz. But keep in mind that you'll only be able to track one results slide in your LMS, so you'll likely want to use one final results slide to combine the results of all tutorials. Also, LMSs differ in what data they report, so it may be best to work with the LMS team to understand your options.

Also, I wanted to share this bit of documentation that contains a workaround that you might find handy:

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.