If you want change the SCORM Settings go to:
- the Management Panel and click on Assets (SmarterPath for Jive)
- the Management Panel and click on SCORM/TinCan (SmarterPath for Office 365)
In order to see the SCORM Settings click on the Settings symbol on the right of the respective SCORM you want to edit.
1. Edit – Changes of the following information can be made:
- Asset Name
- Asset Description
- Asset Objectives
- Timing (when a participant is able to mark a step as completed - only useful if your SCORM doesn´t have a completion value set up)
2. Manage owners – you can select Owners of the SCORM. Only owners of the SCORM and SmarterPath Admins have access to edit this SCORM.
3. Upload SCORM – you can upload a new version of your SCORM file. (IMPORTANT: Adjust the versioning behaviour (find below) suggestion: "Always"!)
4. Preview – you can check out a preview of your SCORM.
5. Edit properties (settings are handled by our 3rd party SCORM provider) – Changes of the following information can be made:
(SCORM Cloud Course Properties *Not all course properties will apply across specifications)
Should the player show the navigation bar containing the navigation buttons?
Show Finish Button
Should the player show the Return to LMS button?
Show Close SCO Button
Should the player show the Close Item button?
Show Progress Bar
Should the player show the progress bar during course delivery?
Use Measure For Progress Bar
Use Measure For Progress Bar – Determines if the progress bar state should be calculated from the progress measure rollup or from SCO completion *only applies to SCORM 2004 4th ed.
Show Title Bar
Should the player show the title bar?
Prevent Right Click
Should the player prevent users from right clicking in its navigation frames?
Show Course Structure
Should the player show the course tree structure during delivery?
Course Structure Starts with Open
If the course structure is displayed, should it default to being open or closed?
Course Structure Width
If the course structure is displayed, how many pixels should be allocated for it?
Structure Status Display
Determines how icons are displayed to indicate success and completion. Five Values
Invalid Menu Item Action
Defines how to handle menu item links that won't succeed (show, hide or disable).
SCO Launch Type
New Window (default) or Frameset
Player Launch Type
New Window (default) or Frameset (Default)
New Window Options
Full Screen or you can specify dimensions with a few options on how to handle the resizing
Maximum length of time a user can spend taking a course
Finish Causes Immediate Commit
Will force the player to immediately persist data to the server when the SCO calls Finish/Terminate rather than waiting for the next periodic commit. Useful for SCOs that only save data on unload and require the player to be launched in a new window.
Logout Causes Player Exit
Should the player allow a cmi.exit request of logout to exit the entire player
Wrap SCO Window with API
Will put an API relay object in a frameset around a SCO that is launched in a new window. This is useful for SCOs that incorrectly use the ADL API Finder algorithm from spawned windows.
Always Flow to First SCO
Should the player always launch the first SCO when the course is launched regardless of sequencing rules.
Enable Validation of SCORM Interaction Results
Determines whether the format of SCORM responses are validated client-side
Raw Score Can Act As Scaled Score
For SCORM 2004, if SCO sets a raw score but not a scaled score, determines if the raw score should count as the normative score for the SCO
For 2004 courses, determines the rollup status when no child activites contribute to the rollup. When true, completion and statisfaction remain unknown
Determines if or how lookahead sequencer is enabled client-side.
Should the player always persist runtime data when the exit type is suspend, or should this be left up to the sequencer?
Return to LMS Action
In response to the SCORM 2004 4th edition that allows learners to choose their exit type when leaving a course, our Engine now has a menu prompt when the learner clicks "Return to LMS"
Maximum Suspend Data Size
Maximum length of suspend data to save. SCORM 1.2 default is 4096 characters and SCORM 2004 is 64000 characters
SCORM 2004 Edition
This is a SCORM 2004 only setting that allows the edition of the SCORM 2004 api to be changed. Use with caution
Internet Compatibility Mode
Renders an X-UA-Compatible Meta Tag in the deliver frameset, api wrapper frameset, and intermediate page which can dictate the way content in child frames render for IE browsers.
Disable Root Activity
Forces the root level course activity to be disabled to prevent creating a new attempt
Rollup at SCO Unload
Forces rollup at all SCO unloads to handle when Terminate/LMS Finish is not called by the SCO
Override Objective and Completion Status Set By Content to True
The default settings for SCORM 2004 sequencing can sometimes lead to a SCO being automatically being completed and satisfied if the SCO doesn't report appropriate run time data. This setting will override that bahavior.
Invoke Rollup at Suspend All
Causes rollup at suspend all request
Statisfaction causes completion
Sets any activity as completed when it's satisfied
Make Student Preferences Global to Course
Causes any preferences set by a student to be applied to all SCOs
Max Failed Attempts
Determines the maximum number of attempts to try a runtime data update to the central server bfore declaring failure
Determines how often, in miliseconds, runtime data sends updates back to the central server.
Determines the level of logging that should be performed with the control subsystem on the client
Determines the level of logging that should be performed with the runtime subsystem on the client
Determines the level of logging that should be performed with the sequencing subsystem on the client.
Determines the level of logging that should be performed with the sequencing:look-ahead subsystem on the client.
Include Time Stamps
Should timestamps be included
Determines if the course should send back information on each attempt
Capture Detailed History
Determines if the course should send back detailed information on each attempt
6. Edit versioning behaviour (settings are handled by our 3rd party SCORM provider) – you can select the following versioning behaviour for Participants:
- Never – keep existing registrations on the old version (the default)
- If Incomplete – if a registration is marked incomplete (or unknown)
- When Completed – if a registration is marked complete
- When Failed – if a registration is marked complete and failed
- When Passed – if a registration is marked complete and passed
- Always – always move to the latest version
7. Delete – if you do not need the SCORM anymore, you can delete it