Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Including graded interactions, part of Up and Running with SCORM and Tin Can API.
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- In the previous chapter, we learned how to…turn on specific options using various types of…elearning authoring software to ensure our content…would be SCORM-compliant when publishing to an LMS.…Well, making a few selections and turning on some options…is a good start, but it doesn't necessarily mean…everything's going to work perfectly…and be totally SCORM-compliant.…So in this chapter, we're going to look at…a few scenarios you could run into…where you might have issues…and how to work around those issues,…and we're going to do it in Captivate, Captivate 8,…using this first file, KE_Orientation1.…
You'll find it in the chapter three folder…of your exercise files.…Now looking at this project,…down the left-hand side in the filmstrip,…as we scroll through the various slides,…there's lots of content but no quiz.…There's no quiz.…There are no questions, therefore, no scores to report,…and that can be an issue in creating…SCORM-compliant content.…You should have at least one graded interaction…to really make sure it's going to work.…
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