With Speedernet Sphere, you have the possibility of associating SCORM with the interactions foreseen in the experiment.
As a result, you can assign scores to interactions and then track the user's results on your LMS (Learning Management System) platform.
You have the possibility of using SCORM for all types of elements as well as any type of interaction.
In this tutorial, we use the quiz element to introduce you to using SCORM in Speedernet Sphere.
Implementation of SCORM
To define the behaviors related to the user's response, it is necessary to add SCORM conditionals to the Quiz. As illustrated by the image below, the trigger is the click on the “Validate” button of the Quiz. The condition, of course, depends on the response selected, good or bad. SCORM behavior is defined in the consequence of each conditional.
To do this, you must select the SCORM category, then the objective that will be linked to the Quiz. In our example, this is no. 1. The last step is to configure the response to be sent to the LMS platform. Let's take the example of the correct answer, shown below.
A response consists of a name, description and value (10, in this example). For the incorrect response, the value sent to the LMS will be 0.
Note that the comment in this area, depending on your LMS platform, may be visible in the user's results window.
Export of a Speedernet Sphere project with Scorm monitoring
As in the case of a classic export, click on "Export". In the export window, activate “Track Scorm”. Indicate the maximum score to validate knowledge.
Before finalizing the export of your project, check the box "Compress export". This action will generate the .zip file of the experiment, ready to load onto your LMS platform.
Note that Speedernet Sphere offers export in SCORM 2004 as well as SCORM 1.2.
To sump up, a Sphere content allows you to check on your platform:
- Score of user
- Success / Failed status
- Completion status
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