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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