When uploading a SCORM created In Articulate 360 it creates a Column in the Gradebook.
Is there any way to hide these or prevent them from appearing? I have multiple SCORMS and the Gradebook is extremely cluttered.
Same problem here, but SCORM files created in Adobe Captivate.
One of our instructional designers figured it out. Give these directions a shot and please let me know if this solution works for you.
1) Publish file package in Storyline2) Turn file package into a Zip file3) Open Canvas4) Open the course you want to add the learning object to5) Click “SCORM” from course navigation menu a. You may need to add SCORM to the navigation menu from the course settings6) Click “Upload” 7) Find and select your Zip file8) Once the file loads select “Import as ungraded assignment” then click “Go”9) Click the “open this package’s assignment” icon10) Click “Edit assignment settings”11) Go to “Submission Type” and copy the URL from “Enter or find an external tool URL”12) Change the “Display grade as” setting to “Not Graded”13) Save and Publish14) Click “Modules” from the course navigation menu15) Within a module, click the “add an item” icon16) Add an “External Tool”17) In the “URL” field paste in the URL you previously copied18) Give the page a name then click “add item”19) Click “Assignments” from the course navigation menu20) Find the assignment with the same name as your SCORM upload and delete it21) Test your learning object a. Click “Modules” from the course navigation menu b. Select the newly create item from the module in which you added it c. The learning object should open in the Canvas frame
Thanks Matthew. That is helpful, but is a bit tedious when you have 15+ scorms in one Course.
Choosing the "Not Graded" Display option in Canvas breaks the SCORM activity. Every time. I tried Matthew LaBrake's method, which is to add the SCORM activity to a module using an external URL (rather than an assignment), but that isn't working for me. Instead, it throws me a 404 / "the page you were looking for does not exist" error.
It's been really hard to get instructors to try adding online activities into their courses. If I can't figure out how to add non-gradable SCORM activities that don't create columns in the gradebook, I am going to lose what little credibility I've got in convincing them to give universal design a try.
Any suggestions will be much appreciated. I am out of ideas.
Hello Damien Drohan...
I am reviewing older questions here in the Community, and I came across your question. I wanted to check in with you because I noticed there hasn't been any new activity in this topic since Cheryl Ryan's response on September 18, 2019. I see that Matthew LaBrake offered a solution, but it was a bit lengthy. Have you been able to find any other solutions since last year? If so, would you be willing to share what you've found? Or, if you have any other questions related to your topic, please let us know that as well. For the time being, I am going to mark your question as "Assumed Answered" because we are nearing six months without any new posting in this topic. How we keep your questions flowing! However, that won't prevent you or others from posting additional questions and/or comments below that are related to your topic. I hope this is okay with you, Damien. Looking forward to hearing back from you soon.
I did not find a solution for this and we have just had to ignore the columns.
Damien Drohan, MA(ODE)
School of Nursing & Midwifery
University College Cork
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