Single AU progress tracking

epirganoska9037
epirganoska9037 Community Member Posts: 14
Hi people,

I am trying to track the progress of a SCORM made of only one assignable unit. For example, I have 1 AU with 4 chapters inside and I want when the user finishes the first chapter, the LMS to show me that he/she has seen 25% of the course. Any ideas how can this be achieved? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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  • timk
    timk Community Member Posts: 1,205 ♦ Idol ♦
    The easiest way should be to use the score for tracking the progress. Just add an action on the last page of chapter 1:

    On: Show
    Action: Modify variable
    Target: AICC_Score
    Type: Set equal to
    Value: 25

    Add a condition:

    Only if "AICC_Score" "less than" 25

    Add the same actions to the last pages of the other chapters with adjusted values.

    You could also use a custom variable and retain it between sessions. The value would then be saved to the cmi.suspend_data field in the LMS.
  • epirganoska9037
    epirganoska9037 Community Member Posts: 14
    Tim, thank you so much for your help! You have no idea how much you helped me.

    Actually, I thought of using the score for tracking the progress, but I didn't think of using a custom variable (because using AICC_Score will be confusing when I have a quiz in Lectora, I will not be able to know which points come from the quiz, and which points come from the progress.) But with custom variable is perfect!

    Thanks again and have a great day! :)
  • mallow76
    mallow76 Community Member Posts: 123
    You'll only be able to see the value of the custom variable from within your LMS if there is somewhere already there that reads the value of the suspend_data field. Or if you are able to create a report that specifically pulls this information. Additionally, if you are retaining other variables for anything then this particular custom variable will be somewhere in the middle of a long string of values.

    Using the score approach would be easiest/best but as you say this might not be appropriate if/when you include a test.
  • epirganoska9037
    epirganoska9037 Community Member Posts: 14
    Yes, there is a suspend_data field within the LMS we are using. I think custom variable is a great solution, especially if there is a test in Lectora. At least, it's some way of seeing the progress of the learners, since I have been trying to achieve this other than with the score. Otherwise, when there is no test included, AICC_Score could be used for tracking progress.