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What's the Score? Assessment Tracking and More with uPerform eLearning Content - Webinar

Are you deploying eLearning content to your end users, in the form of uPerform Courses and Simulations? Are you wondering how to find out who has taken which courses and how well they’ve scored? In this Webinar we cover the different ways you can track this end user data and more with uPerform using an LMS, the Assessment Performance Report, email or even a custom solution.

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    Taff J Zickefoose

    This article is somewhat dated  (from 2 years ago).  Has it become possible to track anonymous users in AICC format, or it that still limited to only SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004?

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    Chandra Mullineaux

    Hello - If you are referring to the Assessment Performance Report on the uPerform Server, you can only use SCORM 1.2 or SCORM 2004. The back-end functionality for tracking the information is based on the SCORM standard.

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    Taff J Zickefoose

    Thanks.  That's exactly to what I was referring.  I assumed so, but was hoping I was wrong.  In a situation in which most client regions have an LMS, so we will be using AICC to take advantage of the functionality that allows the LMS to automatically pull the most recent content (avioding the exporting to zip, importing into LMS steps).

    However, some regions have no LMS, but we still need to track which users complete courses.  Due to the massive number of users, we are using the anonymous logons.  So that means we need SCORM.

    Looking like we may have to maintain separate copies of identicle course, each tied to a different template.  Not pleasant.  

    Thanks for your quick reply and confirmation of no easy way out.  :)