Adobe Presenter offers reporting options for presentations with e‑learning elements. For example, you can create presentations that are SCORM, AICC, or Tin Can compliant for use within a learning management system.
Note: Adobe Presenter is Tin Can compliant from Version 9.
Reporting options, such as what data to collect and how the data is reported, are set for a course. You can, however, select whether to report interaction data to a learning management system at the quiz level.
Click Adobe Presenter, and in the Quiz ribbon item, click Manage.
Incomplete -- > Complete
The status of the course is reported as Incomplete in LMS when users launch the course. The status changes to Complete when the success criteria is satisfied.
Incomplete -- > Passed/Failed
The status of the course is reported as Incomplete when users launch the course. The status changes to Passed/Failed when the success criteria is satisfied.
Status Representation fields are available only when you choose AICC or SCORM 1.2.
The users are considered to have successfully completed the course if they launch the course from LMS.
The course is considered to be complete or successful if users view the specified number or percentage of slides.
Tip: For branched quizzes, specify the criterion as percentage of slides.
The course is considered to be complete or successful based on the users’ performance in quiz. You can choose one of the following criteria:
Users attempt the quiz: In this case, the status is reported as Complete if users attempt the quiz irrespective of whether they pass or fail the quiz.
Users pass the quiz: In this case, the status is reported as Complete only if users pass the quiz.
Users pass or the attempt limit is reached: In this case, the status is reported as Complete if users pass the quiz or have taken all the attempts. For example, if the number of attempts set in the course is 2, and:
Users take the first attempt and pass, then the status is reported as Complete and Passed.
Users take the first attempt and fail, then the status is reported as Incomplete and Failed as the attempt limit is still not reached.
If users retake the quiz and fail, the status is reported as Complete and Failed.
If users attempt the quiz again and pass, the status is reported as Complete and Passed.
SCORM 2004 supports two types of status: Success and Completion status. You can configure Adobe Presenter to send these two statuses to a SCORM 2004-based LMS separately. For example, criteria for Completion status can be ‘slide views 100%’ while Success criteria can be ‘quiz is passed’. See here, Step 5, to know about SCORM 2004 and usage of Exit Normally checkbox.
Unlike SCORM 1.2, you can specify separate success and completion criteria for SCORM 2004.
Report the quiz score as percentage or as points.
Report user interaction data, for example, the question attempted by users, and the answer provided them.
If your presentation includes a SWF file that contain a quiz created in Adobe Captivate, only user interaction data is reported for such quizzes. Both user interaction data and quiz scores are reported for quizzes that are directly created in Adobe Presenter.
When you place quizzes in a presentation, you set a pass rate for users. The pass rate is a percentage or numeric value that users must reach in order to pass the quizzes. For example, setting a pass of 80% requires users to get 80% of the questions correct in order to pass.
“#” % Or More Of Total Score To Pass
Enter a percentage value that students must meet in order to pass. For example, if 100 is the maximum quiz score, then 80% means a score of 80 is required to pass.
“#” Or More Of Total Score To Pass
Enter a numeric value that students must meet in order to pass. For example, if you enter a value of 50, students must have a score of 50 or above to pass.
You can set the way the quiz score is reported to users.
Specifies that the numeric score is displayed.
Display Percent Score
Specifies that a score as a percentage of total is displayed.
Specifies that a score in tally form (for example, “7 out of 10 correct”) is displayed.