SCORM completion status set to complete prematurely

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I have a recorded webcast, and I am trying to include quiz questions to make it more interactive. However, completion should be based only on watching the video in its entirety (95%). I set the passing score for the quiz at 0%. When testing it out in the LMS, as soon as I close the video window, the activity is marked as "complete" even though the video was not watched. How do I get it to only show completion after watching the required amount of the video? I'm using Camtasia 8.6.0
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Rick Stone

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Uhhh, wouldn't you want the passing score to be something like 100%?
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No. The quiz is optional, not a requirement for completion. We provide continuing education credits based on time on task. There should be a way to include an ungraded quiz and make viewing the whole video the requirement for completion.
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Depending on your LMS, you may be running into a mismatch of SCORM completion messages for slide percentages. I did testing for my company about this. Our LMS (Saba) requires the messages "Passed/Incomplete" or "Passed/Failed". SCORM packages generated from Camtasia don't allow specifying SCORM reporting messages. It's a little clunky, but the solution we use is to add the quiz at the required percentage view. We make this quiz pretty much an acknowledgement.

If you can check the SCORM messages in your LMS, I'd suggest making a small Camtasia project, setting up slide views for completion, upload the SCORM package to your LMS, and review the messages passed to your LMS. Also, verify the settings in your LMS. We found we had to set the passing percentage to "empty" (not zero).
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This is helpful. I actually tested out the package on SCORM Cloud and it worked as expected there. I've reached out to our LMS to see if they can figure out how it interprets the information being received from Camtasia.
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Great troubleshooting! I hope the LMS folks can give you some guidelines for accurate completion in the system.
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Thanks, Mary for your help on this!
That's a great idea.

Kelly