[LON-CAPA-users] Checking video views
ingram at ohio.edu
Wed Mar 16 16:41:27 EDT 2016
I am interested in checking the viewing of videos that I post. These are developed using Camtasia and can have a quiz built in that reports its results via SCORM. I found the excerpt below regarding SCROM and I understand Gerd's objections to using it.
What other methods do people use to check that students have at least watched or accessed content in LON-CAPA?
On Sep 26, 2008, at 12:24 AM, Todd Ruskell wrote:
> How compliant, if at all is LON-CAPA? I have vague recollections of
> discussions, but no details, and a quick search hasn't revealed
> anything for me. I'm asking because a faculty member has come
> across a "SCORM Compliant" module that he'd like to use in a
> course. Naturally, it has some simple assessments built in. I've
> tried just dropping the module in place (html), and also dropped the
> html into a .problem, but these simple solutions don't seem to have
> worked. I think I might be able to play with the SCORM wrapper a
> bit to better interface it with a .problem, but if I'm missing
> something basic, and easy, that'd be better.
We do not support the SCORM Runtime Environment, since it sends the
correct solutions to the browser and leaves the evaluation of
correctness to the browser. I could easily write a script that would
send back "correct" to the server for all questions.
Depending of what kind of problems these are (are they just multiple
choice/numerical?), one could write a script that translates these
into LON-CAPA XML. Also, if that module is available in IMS format, or
if it can be loaded into some other system and then be exported as
IMS, it might work.
David C. Ingram (ingram at ohio.edu)
Professor and Chair
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Athens, Ohio 45701-2979
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