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Tracking completion and generating report for client's LMS

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Hi -- I have created a client project which consists of three slides. All the slides contain videos. There is no quiz in this project. The client needs to see a report from their LMS that the viewer has watched all the slides and completed the project. In the absence of a quiz, what can I do to ensure that the LMS is able to track and report completion? Should I introduce an action button at the end for the viewer? If yes, would greatly appreciate some help. Thanks..

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If 'completion' and/or 'pass' simply means that the learner reached the end of the project, then all you have to do is add a button on a slide near the end of the project and set that button to report to the quiz with a score.  It could be one point, 10 points or 100 points.  It only matters that by clicking this button the learner achieves a passing score.  Adding any scored object to the quiz will mean Captivate adds a Quiz Result slide to the project file and that results slide MUST come AFTER the button.  But you can just hide that Quiz Results slide if you do not need the learners to see it.

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Tracking completion and generating report for client's LMS

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Hi -- I have created a client project which consists of three slides. All the slides contain videos. There is no quiz in this project. The client needs to see a report from their LMS that the viewer has watched all the slides and completed the project. In the absence of a quiz, what can I do to ensure that the LMS is able to track and report completion? Should I introduce an action button at the end for the viewer? If yes, would greatly appreciate some help. Thanks..

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If 'completion' and/or 'pass' simply means that the learner reached the end of the project, then all you have to do is add a button on a slide near the end of the project and set that button to report to the quiz with a score.  It could be one point, 10 points or 100 points.  It only matters that by clicking this button the learner achieves a passing score.  Adding any scored object to the quiz will mean Captivate adds a Quiz Result slide to the project file and that results slide MUST come AFTER the button.  But you can just hide that Quiz Results slide if you do not need the learners to see it.

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If 'completion' and/or 'pass' simply means that the learner reached the end of the project, then all you have to do is add a button on a slide near the end of the project and set that button to report to the quiz with a score.  It could be one point, 10 points or 100 points.  It only matters that by clicking this button the learner achieves a passing score.  Adding any scored object to the quiz will mean Captivate adds a Quiz Result slide to the project file and that results slide MUST come AFTER the button.  But you can just hide that Quiz Results slide if you do not need the learners to see it.

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Thanks, this was very helpful.

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