With Easygenerator you can report learners’ results either directly to Easygenerator or to the custom LRS.
On the Configure step of the course editor you can enable/disable results tracking. It does not have any influence on results tracking if you run your course from LMS.
Disable the option Allow user to skip tracking and tracing to make results tracking a required step or enable this option to allow users to skip results tracking. When results tracking is enabled and a learner starts the course they will be asked to enter their name and e-mail. Then a learner should click Start and report my results to start the course. If users are allowed to skip tracking and tracing, they can click Do not report, just start to start the course without reporting the results.
Under the Advanced settings choose if you want to report the learners’ results directly to Easygenerator or to custom LRS.
Report to Easygenerator
If learners’ results are sent to Easygenerator, you can see them directly in the Easygenerator on the Results step of the course editor. There you can find the total score of the course per user and results per learning objective and question.
Here is a short video on results tracking in Easygenerator.
Report to custom LRS
In Easygenerator, in the Custom LRS settings you should specify LRS URL.
Authentication is used to specify login and password of the Learning Activity Provider (LAP). Learning Activity Provider is actually the course that reports statements. In some cases LRS requires LAP to be authenticated in order to post statements. Therefore, if such requirement exists in your LRS, specify the correct LAP login and password.
When a course is published with Results tracking enabled and the option to report to custom LRS is chosen, a learner will be asked for credentials to report the course progress to LRS.
You can select the learning activity statements that will be sent to the target LRS:
- Started: when a learner opens the course and enters their credentials.
- Answered: when a learner answers a question.
- Experienced: when a learner visits a content page.
- Progressed: when a question is answered to indicate the current overall score.
- Stopped: when a learner clicks Finish.
- Mastered: a score per learning objective.
- Passed: when the course is completed with an overall progress 100%.
- Failed: when the course is completed with an overall progress less than 100%.
Here is a short video on results tracking in your LRS.
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