Lectora Inormation!

purva Community Member Posts: 11
The only thing you can do is restructure your content so that the final test is a SCO in and of itself ... then when you construct the course, you use the prerequisites for the final SCO to be completion of all the other SCOs.By stricty SCORM standards, the entire concept of a SCO (Shareable Content Object) is that it is a wholly contained subject and as such, cannot know about any other SCO.   The concept is such that if you had a large enough library of SCOs, you should be able to conceiveably create a new course by pulling SCOs out of the library.   Only if they know nothing of the other SCOs can this be accomplished.   If the SCOs know of each other, then they are not truly independent.Tim
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