IMHO, this question is a real issue for Claroline developments.
As far as I know, it is ONLY PARTLY
possible to store results of quizzes imported as SCORM packages, depending on the type of quiz.
If you want to know more, see this discussion about SCORM / Claroline
. It looks like Opale SCORM author tool produces some exercises - called "autoevaluation" - that are partly trackable (global scores only).
To cope with this constraint, I decided to design all my quizzes within Claroline Exercise tool, and to include them inside various Scorm pathes that I regurlarly import in Claroline. This solution is perfect to follow student activity (very detailed stats about what they did).
Unfortunately, the Import / Export Exercise function from Claroline is limited and bugged :
- you can export questions, but not import them (I see no benefit from this function)
- you can export exercises and import them with bugs and loss of data :
This makes it a real hassle to reuse Claroline exercises through different courses.
- bug = questions / answers are lost and/or mixed when you reimport them ; some loose their attachments
- loss of data = you loose the introduction of the exercise, and all its parameters (questions on one page, shuffle mode, ...)
Development of on-line teaching means SCORM pathes with trackable exercises / quizzes whatever the technical solution is.
That's why I think your question is a key question.
In addition, I find it really difficult (especially with the new version 1.11.0) to browse SCORM pathes made with Opale, because of the permanent refreshment of the left frame. Developping standardized pedagogical pathes looks key for the future. Opale is one of the tools and it's poorly integrated. Too bad !
I love Claroline new version, especially the course / sessions functionality. I hope it will soon deal with a better Opale SCORM integration.
Frédéric (Zefredz), talled us about a mail to the consortium in May. How are things improving ?