Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Reporting scores to be SCORM-compliant, part of Learning SCORM and Tin Can API.
- In this movie we're going to look at one simple setting…that can throw off your entire course…and make it non-SCORM-compliant.…It has to do with how you report your scores.…Now the SCORM standard says that when we report scores,…it has to be out of a hundred,…which means as a percentage,…but if you're reporting points,…and your LMS is not set up…to accept those raw scores,…well, a five out of five…could end up being five percent,…and you can see how things can get really messed up,…so there's a simple solution to this.…
We're going to continue…with our KE Orientation project here.…You can open up KE_Orientation3…if you're skipping to this movie,…and click the Quiz menu,…and then go down to Quiz Preferences.…From here we've already enabled reporting for the project,…we've chosen our LMS and our SCORM Standard,…our Status Representation,…it's not for credit so we've chosen Incomplete/Complete.…and now we get down to the Data to Report.…You can see the Quiz Score…is by default, set to Percentage.…If for any reason you've selected Points,…
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