In my previous blog, I talked about the important features of Lectora Inspire 16; in this blog I will show how to make your online courses SCORM compliant in Lectora. This step-by-step blog will help you choose the best settings when publishing your courses to an LMS.
Before developing an e-Learning course, select the “AICC/SCORM/xAPI for LMS/LRS” option.
- Click the Design tab and select ’Title Options’ from the Title Setup Group.
- Enable the ‘AICC/SCORM/xAPI for LMS/LRS’ radio button.
Step 1 – Click Publish in the Home Menu, and select SCORM from the dropdown list (The keyboard shortcut is “Ctrl+F”).
The “Publish Tittle to SCORM Compliant Web Content” window will appear.
Step 2 – Click the “Publish” button, and the “Publish SCORM” window appears (see Step 2 screenshot).
Step 3 – Specify the SCORM Settings Options
- Conformance Level – Select the conformance type and level from the dropdown list.
- Launch course in separate window from LMS – If you want the published course to be launched from the LMS in a new window, select this option.
- Report test/survey question interaction with LMS – Select this option to record interaction data for questions in the graded quiz being submitted to the LMS.
Interaction data includes the following:
- Learner’s response
- Whether the answer is correct/incorrect
- Append timestamp to interaction to create unique ID The option is selected by default when the “Report test/survey question interaction to the LMS” option is selected. Deselect the option if you do not want a unique ID created each time the quiz or survey is taken.
Prompt the user to navigate to the last viewed page – Enables the automatic bookmarking feature for the published course.
Let’s now look at the course information to be provided.
- Course Creator – Enter the name you want the LMS to display as the creator of the course.
- Course ID – Specify the ID of the course as it will be known to the LMS.
- Course Title – Enter the title of the course as you want to be displayed in the LMS.
- Course Description – Specify the description of the course as you want it to be displayed in the LMS.
Shown below are the required SCROM settings.
Step 4 – Specify HTML Settings Options
After completing the SCORM options, click the ‘HTML Options’ tab in to the ‘Publish to SCORM’ window.
- Destination Folder – Specify the location in which you want to save the course files. Click the ‘Choose Folder’ button and navigate to the location.
- Publish all pages – Select this option to publish all the slides/pages and resources, irrespective of whether they have been updated or not.
Shown below are the required HTML settings.
These settings make your course ready to be published to SCORM.
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