I am needing to manually upload a Lectora lesson into ReviewLink. Due to our internet limitations, I can not put Lectora on our company computers, so I can’t easily publish to ReviewLink. It states that only zip files containing SCORM 1.2 or SCORM 2004 content OR Storyline or Captivate 8 or 9 content can be uploaded. Is there a possible work around?
I create Exercises, not scored tests, nor do we upload to a LMS, so we are unable to publish as a SCORM product.
This topic was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by Joe Wieloch.
I have 2 computer systems. One government system that is connected to the internet, but not allowed to run Lectora. The second system runs Lectora, but is not connected to the internet. Up until about 2 weeks ago, we had commercial internet access, but it has been cancelled and that has stopped us from uploading directly into ReviewLink.
I have tried a few different ways to package and upload. ReviewLink will only upload zip files containing SCORM 1.2 or SCORM 2004 content, which requires scored tests. My Lectora file is a software simulation, not a test, so it can’t be published as SCORM content because it doesn’t have a scored test.
HTML5 content created in Storyline or Captivate 8 or 9 is also one of the options. Lectora does allow you to publish to HTML5, but that doesn’t work because it wasn’t created in Storyline or Captivate.
You can “Publish to HTML” from Lectora, which does the same as “HTML 5” from Storyline. Check “Create a zip” and upload that to ReviewLink. I can’t test it right now, but I’m pretty sure, it will work.
A Scorm package must always give the LMS a score the user has achieved, but this score does not have to be a test score. You can use a “Modify variable” action to set “AICC_Score” equal to the score you want a user to get.