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Using SCORM in Content

Importing a SCORM package

If you use SCORM for your course, you must import an existing package as a zip file to Cobra Learning. 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 Cobra Learning - Importing Course Components from a File for detailed information about importing content.

Notes
  • 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.
  • As of Cobra Learning 10.1, the Content tool no longer indicates SCORM objects with a SCORM icon, but you can view a list of SCORM objects from the SCORM Reports page.

Creating and editing a SCORM package

You can edit SCORM packages with the same options that are available when you create content topics. Although you can add a grade item to a SCORM object, completing a quiz included in a SCORM package automatically generates a grade item in the grades list, populated with the quiz results.

Create or edit a SCORM object's grade item

  1. Do one of the following:
    • On the Table of Contents page, locate the topic you want to edit.
    • Click on the module that contains the topic you want to edit from the Table of Contents panel.
  2. Click on the topic.
  3. Click the Add a Grade Item area.
  4. Do one of the following:
    • Select an existing grade item from the drop-down list.
    • Click the New Grade Item icon to create a new grade item. Fill in the form and click Create.
  5. Select the Allow auto export to Grades check box if you want to automatically export grades to the Grades tool.
  6. Click Save.

Removing simple sequencing from a SCORM package

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.

Removing sequencing and navigation from a SCORM package resets progress tracking for those topics.

Remove simple sequencing

  1. Click on the module you want to remove simple sequencing for from the Table of Contents.
  2. Click Remove Sequencing from the module title's context menu.
  3. Click Yes to confirm action.

Viewing SCORM reports on objects and users

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 Cobra Learning 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.

Viewing reports on SCORM objects

For each SCORM object, Cobra Learning records:

  • The number of user attempts on the object.
  • The number of attempts completed (Some attempts appear as incomplete if a user ends the attempt at an object).
  • The number of attempts passed, the passing score, and the average score.
  • Average time spent on the object.

You can also view details on user attempts, objectives, and interactions for each item.

View reports on SCORM objects

  1. On the Table of Contents page, click View Reports from the Related Tools button.
  2. Click SCORM Reports.

View detailed reports on SCORM objects

  1. On the Table of Contents page, click View Reports from the Related Tools button.
  2. Click SCORM Reports.
  3. On the SCORM Objects tab, click one of the following icons beside the SCORM object you want to view:
    • Summary icon for information on users progress and whether their progress is complete or incomplete, their status, their score, number of attempts, time spent, average time spent, and when they last accessed it.
    • Objective Details icon for information on users progress with the course objectives including their score, status, progress, and progress measure.
    • Interaction Details icon for information on users attempts at the interactions in an objective including question type, correct response, learner response, result, weighting, and time spent.
  4. You can click the Show Additional Details link to view a summary of results.
  5. Click Go Back to return to the main SCORM Reports page.

Viewing reports on users of SCORM objects

For each user of SCORM content, Cobra Learning records:

  • The user’s name and ID numbers.
  • The number of SCORM objects attempted.

You can also access details on a user's progress, status, scores, attempts, time spent, date last accessed, objective details, and interaction details.

View reports on users of SCORM objects

  1. On the Table of Contents page, click View Reports from the Related Tools button.
  2. Click SCORM Reports.
  3. Click the Users tab.

View a detailed SCORM report on an individual user

  1. On the Table of Contents page, click View Reports from the Related Tools button.
  2. Click SCORM Reports.
  3. Click the Users tab.
  4. Click on a user's name to view SCORM details.
  5. Click Go Back to return to the Users tab on the main SCORM Reports page.

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Keywords:Cobra SCORM content   Doc ID:48688
Owner:Lori W.Group:Parkland College
Created:2015-03-11 15:05 CDTUpdated:2015-03-12 09:45 CDT
Sites:Parkland College
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