Web-based training (WBT) is a learning program, which is based on technology of the Internet. A WBT in Avendoo® represents a learning content, which allows you to embed learning content, which was generated with other programs. Avendoo® supports outputs of programs, which were generated by SCORM or AICC standard.A
You see in the overview (Learning content → Web-based trainings) all already created web-based trainings. If you click on a title, you get to the appropriate Web-based training wizard. Via click on the national flag you get to the preview of the user. You see also the appropriate owner of the web-based training.
There are the mass processing functions Copy, Move, Delete, Change owner, and Export for Web-based trainings. More information about these functions you find under Web-based trainings: Mass processing functions.
Enter a title, a teaser and choose the main language for the web-based training.
External references are used for organizing and for linking to other systems. This you can use for manual assignments and on using interfaces, for example: REST API. You can search for external reference in the advanced filter function.
SAP customer number 100234
SAP user ID 000004
Enter a date from which web-based training is valid. You can delete the date if applicable.
Enter a date until the web-based training is valid. You can delete the date if applicable.
Enter the version of the web-based training.
Enter some notes for the web-based training.
You can write via the editor an introduction in this area. This introduction will be shown if you open the learning unit. Select Empty page, if you want to design the introduction individually or use the suggested design template.
These are your benefits:
- You can refer at this point to audio, Flash or other content with certain prerequisites for example.
- You can inform the learner, what they will expect.
- If the WBT opens in an extra dialog window, the introduction page and the navigation Back to course will remain.
If you have WBT without starting page, the learner can’t navigate directly back to the course. This is no problem, if you have a learning path with only one object and the appropriate WBT. If you have courses with further learning objects besides the WBT, you should always create an introduction page for the WBT.
- $CourseTitle$ = teaser of the course
- $ObjectCertification$ = link to the certificate, when the course is completed
- $ObjectDuration$ = expected processing time (HH:MM) of theWBT
- $ObjectState$ = AICC processing status of the WBT
- $ObjectStateNumber$ = AICC processing status of the WBT as number
- $ObjectTeaser$ = teaser of the WBT
- $ObjectTitle$= title of the WBT
- $UserCountry$ = country of the registered user
- $UserDivision$ = division of the registered user
- $UserFirstname$ = first name of the registered user
- $UserGroup$ = group of the registered user
- $UserLastname$ = last name of the registered user
- $UserOe$ = organizational unit (OE) of the registered user
- $UserRegion$ = region of the registered user
- $UserSex$ = gender of the registered user
Define the type of interface: AICC/SCORM or Pearson VUE.
Select an already uploaded web-based training medium compatible with SCORM/AICC.
AICC start file
There could be several start files in a AICC container. The WBT only works, if you select one of them.
Enter additional transfer parameters for opening the AICC learning content.
Indicate parameters for the AICC medium for the specific manufacturer involved like parameter for the title or the layout.
Indicate here how the AICC learning content is to be passed. Used only in connection with a mastery score.
Select whether a mastery score is to be set and if so how high it should be.
Select the transmission protocol for the AICC learning content.
Suppress start parameters
Indicate here when a user’s performances are not to be transferred during the start.
Decoding of the content data
This option is used for checking “Core_Lesson” for URL coded data and decoding it where necessary.
Credit/ no credit
Select here whether you want “credit” or “no credit” transmitted at the start of the AICC Medium.
Use as web-based training
This medium can be used as web-based training if the ZIP file contains a valid imsmanifest.xml. For this to happen, an organization has to be selected for display from the manifest.
You can enter a text here for transfer to the SCOs in the web-based training medium. The individual SCOs within the medium determine whether or not the text is displayed.
Jump to next SCO
Here you can set whether you want the completion of one SCO (Shareable Content Object) to be followed automatically by the opening of the next SCO.
Menu display options
Here you enter whether the navigation menu should be displayed when the SCORM medium is started. With an automatic setting, the menu is hidden if it has just one menu point.
The window with the SCORM content is closed if the content sends the action “Exit”.
The following configurations are only for trouble shooting:
As long as the user has not completely finished processing the SCORM content, the finish status is sent along whenever the medium is started. This overwrites the return value for the SCORM content.
Coding the content data
With this object, the transfer value of the action “suspend_data” URL is transferred to SCORM content in coded form.
Ignore Mastery Score
If the SCORM content delivers a mastery score, this score should be ignored.
The status is calculated based on the RAW points that were sent back. Possible values for the status: passed and failed.
Compatible with Internet Explorer
The value entered is used in the meta tag for browser compatibility (X-UA-Compatible).Example: “IE=9”
Opening the content
Indicate whether the content should be shown in the same window or in a separate window.
Also if you select “A separate window” the already opened WBT starting page will be updated after closing the WBT window.
Number of tests
Indicate the number of authorized tests.
Indicate the processing time following the registration.
Indicate the series code for the test.
Supported SCORM and AICC standards
AICC is in this case a standard or container format for development and distribution of WBT offers. The committee of the american aviation industry, the Aviation Industry CBT Committee (AICC) created this format.
AICC differs three types for binding content:
- HACP = Hypertext AICC Communication Protocol, link to web-based LMS
- Disk = communication via files, for example for local storage and link of AICC content
Avendoo® supports AICC with HACP for binding of content.
The content can be saved as ZIP file (as medium). If you use AICC all required data and functions (mandatory) of the AICC interface for HACP binding are completely supported.
Optional AICC data/interface function:
- Optional data fields for points “Core.Score.Max” and “Core.Score.Min” are supported in the Avendoo® AICC interface. This completes the Core.Score.Raw (can represent i.a. “achieved points”) and enables the display and calculation of percentage values.
- Optional data fields for “Interactions”/AICC tracking
Avendoo® can accept besides the status interaction data via the AICC interface. These (optional) AICC data contain data of the user input according to AICC PutInteraction function. Optional data fields for PutInteractions save data of user activities in knowledge test questions and cover the following data:
Example for data like transmitted by Adobe Captivate for example:
Also SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) is a standard for the exchange of WBT content. If you contain SCORM content, you have to note the version. Avendoo® has a SCORM 1.2 interface.
The SCORM package has to be a WBT (course). Simple SCO or Asset collections are not processed (SCO or Asset collections are only materials like images, files etc.).
Furthermore the data of an “organization” is in the imsmanifest.xml required, because it is not a course, but a pure data exchange package. According the SCORM definition the imsmanifest.xml has to be in the main register of the .zip file. It shouldn’t be in a sub folder, even some SCORM author tools generate it.
SCORM wrapper or SCORM package
Create a SCORM wrapper
To create a SCORM wrapper zip file, do the following steps:
- Activate a course in Avendoo®. Then click in the list of course activations on the course title and choose Information in the context menu.
- On the tab IDs click on the icon besides SCORM package. Now you get the Avendoo® course ready for download.
- Click on the button Save and then on the button Open folder. Now you have a package, which meets the SCORM specification.
Note the following prerequisites for using a SCORM wrapper zip file:
- The user has to authenticate at opening, either regularly via entering login and password or via SSO. If you want to use SSO, please contact us.
- The participant has to be registered to the course activation.