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Creating and using SCORM basedAdobe Captivate tutorials in MoodleXin Huang28th July 2011Auckland
Agenda—  What is SCORM?—  Why SCORM—    How to make a Captivate tutorial SCORM compatible?—  Publish SCORM and upload ...
What is SCORMSCORM :Sharable Content Object Reference Model is acollection of standards and specification for web-based el...
Why SCORM
Why SCORM1. SCORM is an automated way for supervisors/   trainers to receive feedback on employee/   Participant progress
Why SCORM2. SCORM defines the learning experience by   constraining user options to a specific set or path of   learning o...
Why SCORM3. SCORM tracks progress for the learner as well as   the supervisor
Why SCORMSCORM is a great way to track employee e-training  programs and should be used whenever possible.
How to make an elearning course         SCORM compatible?—  Tools for creating SCORM content—  Customise milestone for l...
Tools for creating SCORM content—  Freeware not OpenSource—  Content Shaper Authoring Tool—  Courselab—  iSpring Free—...
Tools for creating SCORM contentCommercial—    ActivePresenter—    Articulate—    Atlantic Link—    Camtasia—  Captiv...
Adobe Captivate
Examples of SCORM based tutorial
Building Milestones—  Quiz—  Interactions   —  Click box - Demonstrations/ Training       simulations   —  Button – Pr...
Quiz Setting
Quiz Setting               !
Building Quiz
Fill in the Blank                    !
Interaction ID is unique
Building Milestones—  Quiz—  Interactions   —  Click box - Demonstrations/ Training       simulations   —  Button – Pr...
Click box
Non quiz assessment
Button
Scenario based Role play                           !
Text Entry box
Advanced Interaction                       !
Advanced Interaction      setting
Set up reporting for LMS                           !
Set up reporting for LMS         !
PENS—  PENS allows for streamlined coordination between Adobe    Captivate and eLearning publishing and management    sys...
PENS setting—  E-mail   —  This option automatically sends scoring results to a      specified e-mail address.  —  Type...
Skin Editor Setting                      !
Skin Editor Setting                      !
Publish Setting                  !
Upload onto Moodle                     !
Upload onto Moodle                     !
Upload onto Moodle                     !
Upload onto Moodle
Upload onto Moodle
Take the lesson
SCORM Tracking
Grade: user report
Pass/Fail
Track Detail
Interaction ID
Totara
Totara
Q&A
Thank You!
Creating and using SCORM based Adobe Captivate tutorials in Moodle
Creating and using SCORM based Adobe Captivate tutorials in Moodle
Creating and using SCORM based Adobe Captivate tutorials in Moodle
Creating and using SCORM based Adobe Captivate tutorials in Moodle
Creating and using SCORM based Adobe Captivate tutorials in Moodle
Creating and using SCORM based Adobe Captivate tutorials in Moodle
Creating and using SCORM based Adobe Captivate tutorials in Moodle
Creating and using SCORM based Adobe Captivate tutorials in Moodle
Creating and using SCORM based Adobe Captivate tutorials in Moodle
Creating and using SCORM based Adobe Captivate tutorials in Moodle
Creating and using SCORM based Adobe Captivate tutorials in Moodle
Creating and using SCORM based Adobe Captivate tutorials in Moodle
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If you are using Adobe Captivate and Moodle together, one of the first things you need to take into consideration is the use of SCORM. 

Both Moodle and Adobe Captivate are SCORM compatible. What does this mean? It means that you can create an eLearning tutorial with Adobe Captivate that will communicate the users score and other information to the gradebook in Moodle. If you were ever wondering how to track completion of flash based eLearning tutorials, SCORM is the answer. Flash based elearning tutorial can be your presentation, a software simulation, a scenario based soft skill training session.

You could drive yourself crazy drilling down into the details of SCORM but the most important thing to know is how to make it work.

This session will answer one of my most frequently asked questions from eLearning instructional designers by walking you through the steps of using a SCORM based Adobe Captivate tutorial in Moodle.

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  1. 1. Creating and using SCORM basedAdobe Captivate tutorials in MoodleXin Huang28th July 2011Auckland
  2. 2. Agenda—  What is SCORM?—  Why SCORM—  How to make a Captivate tutorial SCORM compatible?—  Publish SCORM and upload onto Moodle—  Tracking learning records—  Q&A
  3. 3. What is SCORMSCORM :Sharable Content Object Reference Model is acollection of standards and specification for web-based elearning.It defines communication between client sidecontent (Captivate) and a host system like Moodle.
  4. 4. Why SCORM
  5. 5. Why SCORM1. SCORM is an automated way for supervisors/ trainers to receive feedback on employee/ Participant progress
  6. 6. Why SCORM2. SCORM defines the learning experience by constraining user options to a specific set or path of learning objectives.
  7. 7. Why SCORM3. SCORM tracks progress for the learner as well as the supervisor
  8. 8. Why SCORMSCORM is a great way to track employee e-training programs and should be used whenever possible.
  9. 9. How to make an elearning course SCORM compatible?—  Tools for creating SCORM content—  Customise milestone for learning courses—  Publish setting—  Skin editor setting
  10. 10. Tools for creating SCORM content—  Freeware not OpenSource—  Content Shaper Authoring Tool—  Courselab—  iSpring Free—  MOS Solo—  MyUdutu—  Reload
  11. 11. Tools for creating SCORM contentCommercial—  ActivePresenter—  Articulate—  Atlantic Link—  Camtasia—  Captivate—  Composica—  ContentGenerator.net SCORM functionality—  Coral Presenter—  -------
  12. 12. Adobe Captivate
  13. 13. Examples of SCORM based tutorial
  14. 14. Building Milestones—  Quiz—  Interactions —  Click box - Demonstrations/ Training simulations —  Button – Presentations/Scenario based training —  Text entry box
  15. 15. Quiz Setting
  16. 16. Quiz Setting !
  17. 17. Building Quiz
  18. 18. Fill in the Blank !
  19. 19. Interaction ID is unique
  20. 20. Building Milestones—  Quiz—  Interactions —  Click box - Demonstrations/ Training simulations —  Button – Presentations/Scenario based training —  Text entry box
  21. 21. Click box
  22. 22. Non quiz assessment
  23. 23. Button
  24. 24. Scenario based Role play !
  25. 25. Text Entry box
  26. 26. Advanced Interaction !
  27. 27. Advanced Interaction setting
  28. 28. Set up reporting for LMS !
  29. 29. Set up reporting for LMS !
  30. 30. PENS—  PENS allows for streamlined coordination between Adobe Captivate and eLearning publishing and management systems. PENS allows you to automate the notification, transfer, and delivery of content packages between Adobe Captivate and LMS systems.
  31. 31. PENS setting—  E-mail  —  This option automatically sends scoring results to a specified e-mail address. —  Type a complete e-mail address directly into the text box (for example, name@mycompany.com). The results are sent in comma-delimited format and can easily be copied and pasted into a spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel.
  32. 32. Skin Editor Setting !
  33. 33. Skin Editor Setting !
  34. 34. Publish Setting !
  35. 35. Upload onto Moodle !
  36. 36. Upload onto Moodle !
  37. 37. Upload onto Moodle !
  38. 38. Upload onto Moodle
  39. 39. Upload onto Moodle
  40. 40. Take the lesson
  41. 41. SCORM Tracking
  42. 42. Grade: user report
  43. 43. Pass/Fail
  44. 44. Track Detail
  45. 45. Interaction ID
  46. 46. Totara
  47. 47. Totara
  48. 48. Q&A
  49. 49. Thank You!
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