If you use SCORM for your course, you must import an existing package as a zip file to Learning Environment. The SCORM package includes all the Sharable Content Objects (SCOs) and associated Sharable Content Assets (SCAs). Sequencing and navigation are also part of the package. See Importing course components from a file for detailed information about importing content.
Note If your package is SCORM-2004 compliant you must select the Select all Components check box on the Select Course Material page for the sequencing and navigation to function properly.
You can remove the sequencing and navigation rules from a SCORM package if you want to use some of the modules or topics in another course, or reorder modules and topics in the current course.
If you do this, progress tracking data for all users using this SCORM package will be lost. The topics retain the SCORM icons after you remove the sequencing.
If your course is based on SCORM, or uses SCOs as part of the course content, you have access to additional activity reports for each SCORM object and user. The reports track the activity on a topic and individuals’ progress with meeting defined objectives, and in defined interactions with the course content.
Note The data in these reports depends on the data communicated to Learning Environment by your SCOs. For example, if the SCO does not set values for objectives, then no objective information is available in the SCORM reports for that SCO.
You can export SCORM statistics; however, unlike non-SCORM courses you cannot reset the statistics.
For each SCORM object, Learning Environment records:
You can also view details on user attempts, objectives and interactions for each item.
For each user of SCORM content, Learning Environment records:
You can also access details on a each user's progress, scores, time spent, date last accessed, objectives and interactions.
From Users tab on the SCORM Reports page, click the name of the user you want to see detailed information on.
Note From the details pages, click Go Back to return to the main SCORM Reports page.