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The Learning Course tab allows you to select your simulation type, set information about the simulation, and choose how to report the completion status to an LMS.

    

Table 1. Course Information

Type            

Select a type of standard for your training course: SCORM 1.2, 2004, AICC, Blackboard 9.x and Experience API. You can learn more about SCORM versionsAICC and Experience API features and differences between them on Wikipedia.

Title            

Put your training course name here.

Lesson title            

Put in your lesson name.

Description            

Type in a brief description of your training course here.

Keywords            

Specify keywords for your LMS. They will help people find your training course by these keywords.

Tags

Tags are a powerful and useful tool to arrange content by themes. Add tags separated with commas.

Author

Specify the author of the presentation. If the field remains empty, the owner of the iSpring Learn account will be set as the author by default.

xAPI endpoint

Specify the address of the Learning Record Store (LRS) that stores learning records.

Option

Description

The Tags and Author fields are available in the Learning course tab when you publish for iSpring Learn.

Table 2. Report Completion

 

Option
Description
Report status to LMS asChoose the completion status, that will be sent to your LMS on successful/unsuccessful completion.

Experience API (Tin Can API) Settings

Experience API content can be hosted and launched outside of the LMS. To track the course statistics, specify the LRS address in the xAPI endpoint field. 

Click Options to define additional parameters.

    

Table 3. xAPI endpoint options

 

Option
Description
Login/PasswordEnter access credentials to the LRS.
Name/EmailSpecify the sender's details that will be used for sending statistics

CMI5 (Experimental)

CMI5 is a set of rules providing all the capabilities of SCORM and xAPI at the same time. Students can take course materials when there's no Internet connection with special mobile apps. The progress will be saved and sent to the LMS once the connection is restored.

In the Launch method field, choose if your dialog simulation should open in a new browser window (Own window) or according to the LMS settings that apply to all courses in it (Any window).

 

 

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