I've read a few of the posts on the Success Completion Criteria, but havent found a solution for what Im facing.
It seems simple. I'm developing a series of captivate project courses, publishing to html SCORM 1.2.
Each project course is 20-25 slides, and each has one slide where there is a click box. The user has two attempts to click the click box, which is set up in the Propoerties/Reporting panel to be incluced in Quiz. See image of it below.
We also have the requirement for the user to land on each slide (100% slide views).
I am getting mixed results in my testing in the LMS. One sco goes to complete on launch (opening, hitting play, exiting on slide 1) and the other only needs to click the click box successfully, but not 100% click views.
They are both set as follows:
Any advice on how to make this project require the one click box was clicked successfully and that every slide was viewed?
Personally I never use 100% slide views, seems to cause issues to some LMSs. Not every slide will be visited completely in most cases. If you have a Next button, which goes to the next slide, the frames in the inactive part of the button timeline will never be visited.
Is it safe to assume that my one click box in the project set to be Included in the Quiz as 100 points, and the project has no other click box or quiz slide, it sends a passing score and status to the LMS? (My Pass fail grade is set to the default 80%)
Also, what exactly does 100% slides view mean? Does the user actually need to watch every second of every slide to achive 100% slides viewed? Or, do they just need to click through and visit each?
Not totally sure about the 100% slide views, it seems not to be interpreted the same way by all LMSs.
I often used the one-button click with a score, and make sure the learner can only get to that button when all slides have been visited. You can even set the pass score to 100% if that is the only scored object.