There are two ways to view SCORM activity participation in iLearn insights:

  • View students who have not accessed a SCORM activity
  • Summarise all SCORM activities as a single report for a unit

View students who have not accessed a SCORM activity

A list of students who have not accessed a SCORM activity can be viewed by selecting a SCORM activity title from Unit > ‘Students who have not accessed a resource’ menu. Bulk email functionality has also been added to this report to send a personalised bulk email to all students who have not accessed a SCORM activity.

This will display a list of students who have not yet accessed a SCORM activity.

Summarise all SCORM activities as a single report for a unit

A summary of all SCORM activities as a single report for a unit can be viewed from Unit > ‘SCORM Report’ menu. Summary of each SCORM activity report includes the number of students:

  • Not attempted
  • Incomplete
  • Passed
  • Completed

It also includes some other key information such as the total number of users accessed a SCORM activity as well as the total duration all students collectively spent on a SCORM activity.

The SCORM activity report also show individual students as shown below:



Initiative and thanks to Morwenna Kirwan, FMHHS Admin & Operation

In PHYT2000 I email my students prior to each tutorial (fortnightly), nudging them to complete their online modules.  The SCORM participation report helps identify those that have not completed the module and I write them a personal reminder email – a prompt, which they appreciate and which ensures more students are engaging in the unit content prior to tutorials.

Dr Morwenna Kirwan | Senior Teaching Fellow | Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences 
Senior Fellow, Higher Education Academy

Need more help?

Please contact Shamim Joarder (shamim.joarder@mq.edu.au) or Jeremy Hind (jeremy.hind@mq.edu.au) for more information.

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Posted by Shamim Joarder

Shamim Joarder has worked for various educational institutions since 2001. His eLearning journey began in 2009 working as an eLearning Project Manager at the University of Adelaide. Mr. Joarder currently works at Macquarie University, Sydney as the Learning Technologies System Analyst, where he has designed and developed an unique learning analytic application titled 'iLearn insights'. He has also authored the book 'Moodle eLearning Course Design: A Flexible Approach'. He is a 2019 ASCILITE Innovation Award Winner.

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