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  • #31118

    gregoryn
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    I am creating courses and exporting them as SCORM packages; however after I export them there are some problems with the courses.

    The main problem is that the controls (previous, next) disappear from the individual sections of the course, so the user cannot transition through the course without returning to the table of contents every time.

    Is there a way to export to SCORM while keeping the page controls to allow users to click to proceed to the next or previous section?

    I have attached two screenshots.  The first shows the table of contents generated by our LMS (Syberworks) when we install the SCORM course.
    The second is one of the sections of the course as a user would view it – note that there are no previous/next controls.

    The other issue is that the SCORM Quiz does not work when the course is deployed to our LMS.  It says “Enable Javascript” but I am sure Javascript is enabled already.

     

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    Estoy creando cursos y exportándolos como paquetes SCORM; Sin embargo, después de exportarlos hay algunos problemas con los cursos.

    El problema principal es que los controles (anterior, siguiente) desaparecen de las secciones individuales del curso, por lo que el usuario no puede realizar la transición a través del curso sin volver a la tabla de contenido cada vez.

    ¿Hay alguna forma de exportar a SCORM mientras se mantienen los controles de la página para permitir que los usuarios hagan clic para pasar a la sección siguiente o anterior?

    He adjuntado dos capturas de pantalla. El primero muestra la tabla de contenido generada por nuestro LMS (Syberworks) cuando instalamos el curso SCORM.
    El segundo es una de las secciones del curso que un usuario lo vería; tenga en cuenta que no hay controles anteriores / siguientes.

    El otro problema es que el cuestionario SCORM no funciona cuando el curso se implementa en nuestro LMS. Dice “Habilitar Javascript”, pero estoy seguro de que Javascript ya está habilitado.

     

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  • #31121

    José Miguel
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    Hi:

    The kind of SCORM generated by eXeLearning is multi-sco. Every page is an sco with it’s own data (grade, completion etc.). In this kind of SCORM the LMS is responsible of the navigation system, based on the information in the manifest.

    I suggest you to:

    • Ask your LMS provider about SCORM options in Syberworks. Remember you can export the content as SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004.
    • You can test your content in SCORM Cloud. Once you upload the package, you will see many options about navigation (menu, next/previous etc.) and you can get the grade of the SCORM test
    • You can also export the content as Web Site and package the resulting site as a single-sco SCORM with Reload. The navigation will work fine but you won’t get the grade.

     

  • #31182

    gregoryn
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    Thanks for your reply.

    I was able to get everything working using SCORM Cloud / Dispatch, but would really like to try the RELOAD method.

    You can also export the content as Web Site and package the resulting site as a single-sco SCORM with Reload. The navigation will work fine but you won’t get the grade.

    Could you explain in detail how to do this? I can’t figure out how to import the eXe package in RELOAD.

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    • #31187

      exelearning
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      @jmandonegi‘s answer:

      Hi Gregoryn:

      When the content and the LMS don’t understand each other it can be difficult to guess where is the problem. I use SCORM Cloud as a testing site to check the validity of the content; now we know that your package is a valid SCORM package. Do you know if Syberworks is able to manage multi-sco SCORM packages? That would be the easiest solution.

      eXeLearning is able to export the content in different formats. The Web Site format generates a html page for each node and each page includes the navigation tree. This content can be packaged with reload Editor a single-sco SCORM package.

      You will find a user manual in Reload Editor’s web page. It’s a long time that I used this tool but I think that the STEPS are:

      – Drag and Drop all the resources to the Files box (the one in the left).
      – Create an Organisation under Organisations.
      – Create an Item under the Organisation it will be the name of the sco.
      – Drag and Drop all the html files to Resources. Reload will detect the dependencies (images, .css and other files used in the HTML

      You can add metadata if you need them.

      Zip content package and you will get a valid SCORM package with a single sco.
      This package doesn’t have the SCORM API, so you wont get any information about the actions of the user (visited pages, grade, etc). Adding this runtime requires some knowledge of Javascript and it must be done after each export from eXe.

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