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Importing SCORM Packages as an Assignment

As an instructor, you can import SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) assignments to any classroom that you are part of. Like any other Teamie assignment, you will be able to make the SCORM content available to the learners, set a deadline, view their progress, scores, number of attempts made and time spent on the content. In addition, you can also share a SCORM assignment with multiple classrooms.

SCORM assignments are primarily used on Teamie for capturing the scores achieved in the SCORM package, by the learner, in the classroom's gradebook. Furthermore, SCORM assignments can be given a weightage to be considered for the final score/grade in the classroom.

This section will guide you on:

Adding a SCORM assignment

1. Click Materials of the required classroom.

2. On the Materials page, you have the freedom to add a new SCORM assignment at any desired location. For example, it can be at the top, in between two resources or right below the last item displays, a +Add link which gives you the flexibility to add SCORM assignment at the corresponding location. Click it at the desired location to create a new SCORM assignment at that location.

3. Select Create SCORM assignment.

4. Create assignment window opens. Enter the SCORM assignment title.

5. Click Choose File to upload SCORM content.

6. Select the SCORM zip file and then click Open to upload the SCORM package.

Please ensure that the SCORM package is in .zip format and it does not exceed 100 MB in size.

7. System initiated the package uploading process and the package will be uploaded shortly. Once the package has been uploaded, click Save to save the changes.

8. The full screen popup will get dismissed and you will be able to see the SCORM assignment on the materials listing page at the spot where you had clicked the "Add" link.

Note: The newly created SCORM assignment will be in draft mode. You need to publish it for the learners to access.

Publishing a SCORM assignment

2. Click the gear icon next to the Draft label for the required SCORM assignment that you wish to publish. Then select Publish icon to publish the SCORM assignment.

3. You can also click the assignment title to open the SCORM assignment and then click Publish on the SCORM assignment landing page to publish the SCORM assignment. You can also change the SCORM assignment settings, such as its instructions, availability from and due date along with the Grading, Submission and Sharing settings. Click Preview to see how the SCORM content will look for the learners.

4. Once you publish the SCORM assignment, you will be able to see the learners' progress.

5. Learners will be able to access the SCORM assignment from the classroom's Materials view page, once it is published.

SCORM Assignment Settings

Publish settings

2. In the expanded view, under Published. click Available From field and select the required date and time from which the SCORM assignment will be available for learners to attempt. Then click Done.

3. Similarly, click Due date field and select the required date and time till which the SCORM assignment will be available for learners to attempt. Then click Done.

4. You can also allow late submission for learners, if required. Learners will be able to attempt the assignment after the deadline as per the duration set for the late submission.

Grading settings

5. The Grading setting will always show the maximum score of an SCORM assignment as 100. The score obtained will be in % and will not be absolute but out of 100.

6. Tick the Enable grading checkbox to set the classroom level grade scheme. By default the classroom grade scheme will be set for the assignment which you can change if required. In case, Grading Component is enabled on your site, you will be able to set the grading component as per your requirement.

7. By default the SCORM assignment will be Formative, i.e, the score achieved will not considered for the final score/grade in the classroom. SCORM assignments can be given a weightage to be considered for the final score/grade in the classroom by ticking the Summative checkbox and giving the weightage in %.

Submission attempt

8. By default, the 'Allow attempts after completion' setting is set to 'Yes' which means the learners are allowed to attempt the SCORM assignments again once they have made an attempt (the number of attempts will be set to Unlimited). The latest attempt will be considered for grading.

9. When learners attempt the SCORM assignment more than once, then by default the latest attempts score will override their previous score. In case instructors wish to ensure that only the best score of the learners are considered, then they can do that by ticking 'Yes' for the setting - Ignore attempts with lower score.

The new setting Ignore attempts with lower score setting will be enabled by default, if Allow attempts after completion setting is enabled. Now, any attempt with a score less than the current attempts score will not be recorded on Teamie. This can especially come in handy if classroom completion is enabled on your site with minimum score requirements and learners receive certificates once they complete the classroom as per the set completion rule.

Sharing settings

Sharing settings allows an instruction to share a SCORM assignment with multiple classrooms or un-share the SCORM assignment, if it is shared with more than one classroom. From the sharing settings, you can also share a SCORM assignment to the assignment bank. The sharing settings include:

Sharing a SCORM assignment with multiple classrooms

You may choose to share your SCORM assignment with multiple classrooms that you are member of, while adding a new assignment or while editing an existing assignment. The shared SCORM assignment will be available for attempters in all the classrooms it is shared with after it is published.

2. In the expanded view, expand the Sharing setting and then click the classrooms field.

3. You will see a list of classrooms that you are member of. Select the classroom(s) you wish to share your assignment with from the drop-down list. The assignment will be shared with the selected classrooms. As always, your progress will be auto-saved.

4. In case you wish to share a assignment with classrooms that you are not member of, then you would be required to have "Share with any classrooms" permission. Once you have this permission, start typing the classroom name with which you wish to share your assignment.

Note 1: Matching classrooms start appearing in the drop-down list after you enter at least 3 starting characters of the required classroom.

Note 2: By default, clicking on the 'Classrooms' box will show you the list of the classrooms that you are part of. The classrooms that you are not part of begin to appear under "Other Classrooms" only when you begin typing the name of a classroom.

You can also share the SCORM assignment with particular learner(s) or a team of learners. See personalised learning.

Sharing a SCORM assignment to the assignment Bank

The assignment Bank is one place to find all the assignments (including SCORM assignments) that are made public. Within a given classroom, it is an easy way for instructors to share SCORM assignments among themselves. This way instructors can simply go to assignment bank and copy the desired assignment and then make modification to it, without affecting the original assignment. Let's see how you can share a SCORM assignment to the assignment bank.

2. In the expanded view, expand the Sharing setting and then click Share with Assessments Bank radio button to share the assignment with assessment bank.

3. The changes will be auto-saved and your SCORM assignment will now be available in the assessment bank. It can now be reused by other instructors in their classrooms.

Quickly viewing the overall completion status of a SCORM assignment for each learner (Send reminders)

With the help of list / card view, you can quickly view how many learners of the classroom has attempted the SCORM assignment. You can also view the learner who have not yet started attempting the assignment or are in progress and send email reminders to them. Let's see how you can do this.

1. On the Materials page of the required classroom, hover over the donut chart of the required assignment. You will see the number of learners who have not started attempting the assignment, number of learners who are in progress, and the number of learners who have completely attempt the SCORM assignment.

2. Click the donut chart to go to the Progression Summary page of the assignment.

3. On the Progression Summary page, click Select to do bulk operations checkbox.

4. All the learners will be selected. You can untick the checkbox of the learner(s) you do not wish to send reminders to.

4. Click Send Reminder.

5. Send Email  pop up opens. Enter the required email body.

6. Click Send Email to send the email to the selected learner(s).

Viewing Progression Summary of a SCORM assignment

1. In the assignment expanded view, click View Progress.

2. You will be taken to the Progression Summary page where you will be able to see the overall summary of the SCORM including the learner name, completion status, number of attempts, time spent, and score obtained for any quiz included in the SCORM package. The progression summary will include the following stats:

  • Learner Name: Name of the learner
  • First Completion Status: Whether learner has completed the SCORM package at least once. Once the learner completes the SCORM package, then the First completion status will be listed as Completed, regardless of the current completion status.
  • Current Completion Status: Whether learner has completed the SCORM package in the current attempt. If the user has completed the assignment once and then re-attempts it for one or more times, then the current completion status will be updated accordingly
  • Success Status: Whether the learner passed any quiz included in the SCORM package
  • Attempt: number of attempt made by the learner
  • Time Spent: Total time spent on the SCORM assignments
  • Score: Score obtained by learner for any quiz included in the SCORM package. This score obtained from the SCORM assignment is added to the gradebook
  • Last Accessed On: The last time at which the user accessed the SCORM content
  • First Completed On: The first time at which the user completed the SCORM content (in case the more than one attempts is allowed to the learner)

 

Also, users assignment completion stats (bar/donut) is based on their First Completion Status and not the Current Completion Status.

3. You can also use the filters to search for the particular learners on the basis of their names, first completed status, current completion status, (Not Started, In Progress, Completed), success status, and their User Status (Active / Blocked). You can also use these filters in combination or one at a time as per your requirement.

Viewing Detailed View of a SCORM assignment

On the detailed view of a SCORM assignment, you can view the details of the SCOs (Sharable Content Objects) along with current completion status, success status, attempt and score.

1. In the assignment expanded view, click View Progress.

2. You will be taken to the Progression Summary page. Click Detailed View.

3. On this page, you can view the details of the SCOs (Sharable Content Objects). The detailed view will show SCOs row-wise for better attemptability and easier filtering. The SCOs will be listed in bullet points under their respective headings under the Topic column. The Detailed View page table will have the Name, Topic, Current Completion Status, Success Status, Attempt, and Score columns.

A nifty Topic filter is added on the page to quickly filter the topics of the SCORM for different learners.

Viewing Activity Report of a SCORM assignment

On the activity report view of a SCORM assignment, you can view the activity description, result, activity count and attempted on time for the activity.

1. In the assignment expanded view, click View Progress.

2. You will be taken to the Progression Summary page. Click Activity Report.

3. The Activity Report page will have each activity listed row-wise. Each activity and its data will be listed as a vertical list, reversed chronologically (latest at the top) as per the activity's timestamp. The Activity Report page table will have the Name, Activity Description, Result, Activity Count and Attempted On columns. An Activity filter is also added to quickly search for an activity.

Exporting Detailed View report of a SCORM assignment

You can export the detailed view report of a SCORM assignment in an excel format. Let's see how.

1. In the assignment expanded view, click View Progress.

2. You will be taken to the Progression Summary page. Click Export.

You can refresh the SCORM data for latest data by clicking the Refresh Data button.

3. The excel sheet will be downloaded to your system. Open the excel file from your system. The excel sheet will contain the details for the Progression Summary, Detailed View and Activity Report in separate sheets.

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