"Thanks for your replies - I really appreciate the help! As it happens, their script generates XML, so I'm now looking into getting that into Saba. According to Saba support, I can import using Saba Publisher (which I don't have, of…"
A couple of extra overnight thoughts:
you should get admin rights to the Moodle (there is no reason why not)
then you can download the attempts from each quiz as a csv file which will show you very quickly if the quizzes are being used (if…"
Moodle and Scorm aren't compatible. Moodle quizzes can be backed up and downloaded but the file type - an MBZ file - is I think only useful for uploading to another Moodle.
I'm sorry this won't be the answer you were hoping…"
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I develop courses and co-manage the learning management system for internal training on both the software sold by my company and on soft skills and talent management.
Size of organisation (employees)
1000 - 5000
Areas of professional interest
Blended learning, Content authoring and design, Human capital and talent management, Knowledge management, Gaming and simulations for learning, Learning management systems and methods, Measurement methods and technologies, Mobile learning, Organisational learning, Performance support technologies and methods, Skills assessment and competency mapping, Virtual classrooms, Workflow and process-embedded learning, My personal professional development, Social Media and learning
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Just saw your question on the webex chat re Flash training for Learning uses. We had the same issue and worked with a local e-learning development company who delivered a customised workshop for my team based around just the Flash interactions that we would use for creating e-learning rahter than a generic Flash course. They created templates to get us up and running. My guys are now flying and create some great content quickly and easily directly in Flash and have developed their skills further in the meantime - their previous backgrounds were f2f trainers and ILT design. Would be happy to discuss if you want to know more. Andy.