December 15, 2020
Tracking HTML5 course completion via LinkedIn Learning
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December 15, 2020
Tracking HTML5 course completion via LinkedIn Learning
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Hi, I’m curious to know whether anyone has been able to upload/link HTML5 content to LinkedIn Learning such that you can see not just whether someone has visited the /index.html link, but whether they have completed the course. Happy to hear any suggestions here.

Thanks,

Chad

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2020-12-17 19:12:41
2020-12-17 19:12:41

I would simply contact the folks at Linkedin Learning and ask if they can capture data from SCORM 1.2, 2004, or xAPI and then you should be able to publish accordingly. Alternatively, you could setup your own LMS that is hyperlinked from your Linkedin Learning course. How this is done I don’t know. You might want to check with an Adobe Captivate user who has created Linkedin Learning courses such as Pooja Jaisingh. She may know the answer.

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2020-12-18 05:35:39
2020-12-18 05:35:39
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Hi Chad, I’m not aware if this is possible. Will check with someone at LinkedIn Learning and let you know.

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2020-12-16 17:49:05
2020-12-16 17:49:05

I have no experience with LinkedIn Learning as developer, but doubt it is a full-fledged LMS. Cannot you get information on that from LI?

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2020-12-16 21:56:28
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Unfortunately, no, it doesn’t work like that. LI Learning allows for two types of “courses.” One is a simple link, as I have described. For that, you can only see if a person has visited the link, or not. The other course is a file upload, such as a PPT or PDF. With those, you can see how far along someone has progressed. You can upload only a single file for this type of course, so I would not be able to upload all of the files associated with an HTML5 project.

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2020-12-17 09:32:54
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In that case I don’t see any advantage in using LI for any interactive course, but you may have another idea or priority. In the SWF period loading up only a SWF led already to a tutorial which was useful to some extents. However HTML output from Captivate is like a website, you need to have the complete folder uploaded. You may have to keep to passive video output. A static PDF (interactive PDF died with the Flash Player) nor a PPT can hardly be called interactive.

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2020-12-16 11:48:50
2020-12-16 11:48:50

AFAIK and I have access to LinkedIn Learning, that ‘learning’ site is limited to pure passive video, not to interactive video which is HTML output. It is a pity… but video is of course less time consuming than creating engaging interactive eLearning assets.

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2020-12-16 14:34:03
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Hi Lieve,

Thanks for the reply, I appreciate you taking the time to write. I can link to an HTML5 course from LinkedIn Learning, but the stakeholders want to see if someone completed the course, the way they can if someone is clicking through a slide deck uploaded to the site. I suppose my other option is to embed a quiz in the HTML5 course and figure out a way to collect data on that, as it would provide another way to measure engagement and effectiveness.

Thanks,

Chad

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