Course content and test or assessment data from Claro tracked in SCORM versions (completion and success status)

There are a number of Learning Object (LO), course and testing data from Claro courses that are tracked by a SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) package and conveyed to an LMS.

The following data are tracked:

  • The ID in the SCORM manifest file is unique for every package created.
  • The Pre-test score. Test scores are sent as a percentage score value, e.g., 50 (as in 50%).
  • The Post-test score.
  • SCORM only allows for one final score to be recorded, so if both the Pre-test and Post-test are taken, only the higher score will be submitted.
  • Pass or Fail
  • Individual items:
    • Question ID: This is a unique identifier. Due to random options this won’t necessarily mean that question one is ID 1.
    • The Question “Body” is the “description” sent in a SCORM report (This is only available with SCORM 2004). This is usually seen as the “question”. The Title and Opener information in Claro is NOT communicated to SCORM.
    • Possible answers or “Choices”.
    • Question type (True or False, Multiple Choice, Fill in the Blank, Multiple Pull-down).
    • Answer or choice selected by the user. The learner’s response.
    • Correct answer(s).
    • Result: Correct or incorrect
    • Latency: How long the learner spent on the question.
    • Weighting: Each question is weighted equally.
  • Learner location in the course (bookmark progress such as exit and entry location)
  • LO and Course status (incomplete, complete).
Mastery Score: Mastery Score is set in the Course Properties and is identified as your "passing" score. If you have no assessment questions in your course the master score is typically ignored. However, some LMSs may require you to set this score to zero/blank. (Blank = Zero)

Comparison of statuses sent from course content and tests in SCORM versions

Student Progress and Testing Status Sent to LMS
SCORM 2004 SCORM 1.2
Content
Pre-test
Post-test
Completion
Success
Completion
started
- - incomplete failed
incomplete
completed
- - completed
passed
completed
started
- not taken1
incomplete
failed
incomplete
completed - not taken1
incomplete
failed incomplete
started - passed incomplete failed incomplete
completed - passed completed
passed passed
started - failed2 incomplete failed incomplete
completed - failed2 completed failed incomplete
completed failed not taken1 incomplete failed incomplete
completed passed
- completed passed passed

1: test not taken at all or taken and failed but additional test attempts are allowed

2: test failed and no additional attempts are allowed

For more information on SCORM, see the Rustici Software site.

NOTE: We recommend you use SCORM version 2004 when publishing courses with drag and drop questions. SCORM 2004 allows an object name and uses the title in its reporting. Make sure to title all drag and drop elements so the report identifies them correctly. If you use SCORM 1.2, depending on how strict the LMS is, the title may be shortened to a sequence of numbers based on when the element was added.

Comparison of statuses sent from course content and tests in SCORM 2004 using optional Publishing Profile settings


Publishing Profile
Completion Criteria
Publishing Profile
Completion Status
Learning
Test
Completion Status
Sent to LMS
Success Status
Sent to LMS
Score %
Sent to LMS
Learning/TestingDefaultIncomplete
Passed
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Incomplete
Failed
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Passed
CompletePassed# Score
Complete
Failed—attempts remaining
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Failed—no attempts remaining
IncompleteFailed# Score
Complete/IncompleteIncomplete
Passed
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Incomplete
Failed
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Passed
CompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Failed—attempts remaining
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Failed—no attempts remaining
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete/FailedIncomplete
Passed
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Incomplete
Failed
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Passed
CompletePassed# Score
Complete
Failed—attempts remaining
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Failed—no attempts remaining
IncompleteFailed# Score
Passed/FailedIncomplete
Passed
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Incomplete
Failed
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Passed
CompletePassed# Score
Complete
Failed—attempts remaining
IncompleteUnknown# Score
Complete
Failed—no attempts remaining
IncompleteFailed# Score
Passed/IncompleteIncomplete
Passed
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Incomplete
Failed
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Passed
CompletePassed# Score
Complete
Failed—attempts remaining
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Failed—no attempts remaining
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Testing OnlyDefaultIncomplete
Passed
CompletePassed# Score
Incomplete
Failed
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Passed
CompletePassed# Score
Complete
Failed—attempts remaining
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Failed—no attempts remaining
IncompleteFailed# Score
Complete/IncompleteIncomplete
Passed
CompleteUnknownUnknown
Incomplete
Failed
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Passed
CompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Failed—attempts remaining
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Failed—no attempts remaining
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete/FailedIncomplete
Passed
CompleteUnknownUnknown
Incomplete
Failed
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Passed
CompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Failed—attempts remaining
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Failed—no attempts remaining
IncompleteFailed# Score
Passed/FailedIncomplete
Passed
CompletePassed# Score
Incomplete
Failed
IncompleteUnknown# Score
Complete
Passed
CompletePassed# Score
Complete
Failed—attempts remaining
IncompleteUnknown# Score
Complete
Failed—no attempts remaining
IncompleteFailed# Score
Passed/IncompleteIncomplete
Passed
CompletePassed# Score
Incomplete
Failed
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Passed
CompletePassed# Score
Complete
Failed—attempts remaining
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Complete
Failed—no attempts remaining
IncompleteUnknownUnknown
Note: If you are using the Complete/Incomplete setting, it is advisable that you allow unlimited retests to prevent a condition where a learner cannot complete the course.

Publish or export courses

  1. How do I deliver a course made in Claro to students (Publish course)?
  2. How do I publish or export a course using LMS Standards (SCORM, AICC, Tin Can API)?
  3. How do I configure a PENS Target to publish my course?
  4. How do I publish or export to SCORM Cloud?
  5. How do I publish or export a Web package?
  6. Publishing Profile: What are the options I can choose when publishing or exporting a course?
  7. What can I do with a course published as a Web package rather than SCORM?
  8. Audio and video playback performance in published courses on mobile devices and browsers
  9. Course content and test or assessment data from Claro tracked in SCORM versions (completion and success status)
  10. Course re-published to SCORM Cloud using IE9 is cached and displays old course
  11. Display Completion Certificate upon finishing course and test
  12. Failure Scores and Test Attempts: Tracking in SCORM 1.2 and 2004
  13. How do I download a course that has been published?
  14. What languages are supported by the Claro course player / published courses.
  15. Supported Languages and Codes for Translation Export
  16. What do the tags that show in my export for translation/exported text mean?
  17. How do I import a translated text file?
  18. How do I export a course for translation?
  19. I lost my translation file, can I download another?
  20. How do I publish my course as a printable document?
  21. When does SCORM communicate course data to the LMS?
  22. Why do courses send out SCORM requests when idle?
  23. How do I export and import course text?
  24. LMS playing content in IE6, IE7 or IE8 (Internet Explorer) non standard mode

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