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Chrome version 80 may cause your LMS to lose course reporting data

Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 30, 2020

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I just saw this post from Rustici Software, the people behind the SCORM Cloud LMS and the SCORM software that many LMSs use:
https://rusticisoftware.com/blog/scorm-and-aicc-courses-break-from-chrome-80/?utm_source=feedotter&u...
See also this page about the change by Chrome: https://www.chromestatus.com/feature/4664843055398912
 
Everyone in the e-learning community needs to be aware of this issue.  Chrome browser version 80 is about to go live in the first week of Februrary 2020.  If your users or your organisation implements this browser version, but your LMS is not updated to cope with the change to the way the browser works, then you may be deluged with complaints from users because their course modules were marked as incomplete or failed, even though they correctly completed and passed them.
 
If your LMS administrators are not known to be "on the ball" make sure you pass this information on to them and record the fact that you did so.  Then if the problem hits, you can maintain your innocence.

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Chrome version 80 may cause your LMS to lose course reporting data

Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 30, 2020

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I just saw this post from Rustici Software, the people behind the SCORM Cloud LMS and the SCORM software that many LMSs use:
https://rusticisoftware.com/blog/scorm-and-aicc-courses-break-from-chrome-80/?utm_source=feedotter&u...
See also this page about the change by Chrome: https://www.chromestatus.com/feature/4664843055398912
 
Everyone in the e-learning community needs to be aware of this issue.  Chrome browser version 80 is about to go live in the first week of Februrary 2020.  If your users or your organisation implements this browser version, but your LMS is not updated to cope with the change to the way the browser works, then you may be deluged with complaints from users because their course modules were marked as incomplete or failed, even though they correctly completed and passed them.
 
If your LMS administrators are not known to be "on the ball" make sure you pass this information on to them and record the fact that you did so.  Then if the problem hits, you can maintain your innocence.

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Jan 31, 2020

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Already having a problem with Chrome and the LMS we are using because the shell our courses are in will not let the courses expand the viewing size. 

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