Adobe Captivate and SAP Success Factor LMS

My organization implemented the SAP LMS – Succes Factor. Now, I have to publish content in this new tool.

I have online courses that have been developed with alternation between content and questions. For example, my Adobe Captivate document has a few explanatory slides followed by one or two questions. Subsequently, other concepts are discussed and then come a few more questions.

I would like to be able to publish my content in the LMS and get reports in SucessFactor that will tell me pass / fail for each individual question. For example, I would like to know if question 2 of my project passed or failed by my learners. For those who use this combination of software (Adobe Captive and SucessFactor), to your know if it is possible to get these details in the SucessFactor reports if I configure my publication correctly with the SCORM standards?

An expert ofthe SucessFactor suite seems to be telling me that this is not possible. That the only management information I will have will be whether the learner has passed the course or not. Without the details of the passed or failed questions.

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7 WAYS TO DRIVE CUSTOMER EDUCATION PROGRAMS WITH ADOBE EXPERIENCE MANAGER SITES, ADOBE CAPTIVATE PRIME AND MARKETO ENGAGE

Did you know that integrating a few Adobe products could result in a rather holistic learning platform?

I’m specifically referring to Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Sites, Adobe Captivate Prime and Marketo Engage.

Attached here is a 2020 white paper by Adobe Captivate Prime Product Management that discusses precisely this. There are a whole lot of advantages of course when you integrate one Adobe product with another, simply because they work well together. Having said that, it does not necessarily mean you cannot use each of these exclusively/ in combination with a non-Adobe product just as well.

This paper looks at 7 ways to drive customer education using the combination mentioned above. Of course, this is a Captivate Prime centric document and the focus is on the learning platform as always. This year has seen some great strides forward for Prime, especially keeping in mind the user experience. We have a whole new learner homepage and the UI lends itself so easily to customization.

On the whole, taking a personal approach is extremely important in our holistic view to creating a learning platform. Do read this document to learn more about our approach to your customer education.

7 WAYS TO DRIVE CUSTOMER EDUCATION with AEM Sites, Captivate Prime and Marketo Engage – White Paper 2020

Wishing all of you Happy Holidays!

If there are other areas of Prime that you would like to see covered in these kind of documents and blogs, or if you have any other feedback for us please do write to jaisim@adobe.com

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Deliver Customized Reports and Meet ROI Objectives

The August 2020 release of Adobe Captivate Prime features a fully revamped Reports feature, showcasing the new Admin Dashboard, a powerful engine that tracks all the many components of Training, helping you maximize returns on your company’s ROI.

At a high level the Admin Dashboard helps you to:

  1. Track Usage,
  2. Track effectiveness of Trainings, and
  3. Drive Training Strategy

This document will take you through the Dashboard’s features that support the fulfillment of these requirements:

Deliver Customized Reports and Meet ROI Objectives – Customer Guide. Feel free to download and peruse at your convenience

Compared to the older functionality of reporting in Prime, the Admin Dashboard provides you a lot more information at a glance, where previously you might have had to export separate Learner Transcripts or Training reports and then perform various analytics to retrieve the information you want. We have tried to better anticipate your Admin requirements with the introduction of the Admin Dashboard. We hope we’ve succeeded!

Do contact your CSAM any assistance with the Dashboard. For further support please do contact captivateprimesupport@adobe.com. For feedback on this document please write to jaisim@adobe.com.

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The Adobe Captivate Prime Power Bi Connector – Best practices and more

You can now configure Power BI to export unified reports from the LMS, enabling you to combine L&D data with the rest of your enterprise data, or just achieve combined learning reports as needed.

Download and read the document here  to find out more.

We’d love to hear from you, so please feel free to comment here or drop me an email at jaisim@adobe.com.

Happy eLearning!

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Track Skill Demonstration with xAPI in Adobe Captivate Prime

Use xAPI to link real world experiences to your Adobe Captivate  Prime LMS and thereby to your training initiatives. Make inferences about the impact of your training, reward your learners, and use the feedback to augment your trainings as you go along.

Read further by clicking on the link below to download the business document, a customer guide.

xAPI and Adobe Captivate Prime – A Customer Guide

We welcome all questions, comments and feedback !

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The First Ten Learning Thursday Articles!

Last December, I began publishing Learning Thursday articles every other week. The series covers both learning technology and general training topics. Past articles are listed below.

Please comment if you have topic ideas, and follow me if you’d like to be notified of future posts.

  1. Mobile Technologies in Education
  2. Project-Based Learning
  3. Use Virtual Reality (VR) to Try on Makeup
  4. Is Constructivism an Effective Approach to Instructional Design?
  5. Overcome Your Blended Learning Phobia
  6. Track Classroom Attendance Using a Scan Gun
  7. How Do You Encourage Innovation in Your L&D Team?
  8. Plan a Consistent Training Program
  9. Immersive Learning Experiences in Real Life
  10. The Many Acronyms of Learning Technology

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Text Entry Box and LMS moodle tracking

Hello Everyone,

A new question to this wonderful Comm.:

– I would like to add “Text Entry Boxes” in a captivate project and have a tracking with my LMS moodle.

So here some explication of my case:

Slide1: A TEB (no user validate): No tracking with LMS

Slide2: A TEB (user validate): tracking with LMS

Slide3: A TEB (no user validate): No tracking with LMS

Slide4: A Quiz slide Short open question scoring (user validate):: tracking with LMS

Slide5: A “enquête in french” slide Short open question scoring (no user validate):: tracking with LMS

I publish my project in a Scorm Package 1.2 for lms moodle

And I specify the option to send data for all slide in avanced setting part:

When I import the file on Moodle LMS: I select GRADE Learning oBJECTIVES

And when I test I have only this reporting:

Is it possible to have this tracking information from TEB ?

What I have to setting up ?

I think I succed one time to have this information….

Many thanks for the help or advice.

Chris

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