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    I’m building a course that has knowledge checks (Lectora questions) scatted throughout the content, and would like to collect xAPI statements for those questions – how can I do that if the questions are not in a Lectora test?

    If the questions need to be in a test, how would you suggest the title be set up?

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    Each question still has a variable attached which you could use to collect and pass data from Lectora to an LRS.

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    How would that work? I know there are variables associated, but to get the xAPI statement fully built out with right information for the question type, etc… how would I do that outside of a test?

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    Outside of a test, you can still pass the information over.  You’d add an action to send a statement and the object would include the question variable.  Then set a condition to only pass the parameters you want.

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