Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Handling mastery-score scenarios, part of Up and Running with SCORM and Tin Can API.
- The last scenario we're going to explore…involves a simple setting that could,…if set incorrectly, really throw off your entire project…when you're trying to publish it…as SCORM-compliant two in LMS.…Again, it involves scoring,…so it's typically more important with a project…that has more quiz questions than what we have,…but we can look at the settings here.…We're going to go up to the Quiz menu, click there,…and then go down to Quiz Preferences.…We've seen the Reporting section already,…and we've already set up our Status Representation…as Incomplete/Complete so,…if learners don't get through all of the slides,…it's going to be tracked as Incomplete,…not Failed for example, so, as we go a little further down,…the Quiz Score is going to be reported…as a Percentage, perfect.…
We know that that's going to be in conjunction with our LMS,…which may or may not report on Points and raw scores…so, by using Percentage, that's a best practice,…but if we haven't set up something else…to be a Percentage as well,…all of this could be for naught.…
This course introduces the what, why, and how of SCORM, and the tools for creating SCORM-compliant content. Author David Rivers also covers the second generation of compliance integration, the Tin CAN API (aka the Experience API), which allows for learning events to be recorded and analyzed.
- What is SCORM?
- Why is SCORM important?
- Publishing to an LMS with tools like Adobe Captivate and Lectora Inspire
- Keeping SCORM-compliant by reporting scores
- Understanding the Tin Can API