Want to publish and upload iSpring based HTML5, xAPI and SCORM Content on WordPress? Follow this step by step guide, which helps you upload your iSpring content on WordPress website.
Table of Content
- Export Content with xAPI Reporting
- Export Content with SCORM Reporting
- Export Content without Reporting
- Upload Content Package
iSpring is a rapid eLearning course building tool, works with Microsoft Powerpoint.
- WordPress Website
- iSpring Content zip file
- Plugin: GrassBlade xAPI Companion
- GrassBlade Cloud LRS or GrassBlade LRS for reporting.
Export Content with xAPI Reporting
To get an uploadable .zip file, Click Publish in iSpring Suite.
Select the LMS option and choose Experience API (xAPI) as LMS profile. You can check the “Use iSpring Play app” option if you want the content to play in iSpring app on mobile, else, uncheck to play it in the browser.
Click Customize option to make changes in your LMS profile settings.
In the Identifier field, enter your content identifier. It is usually a short name or content number. Do not use spaces, but use underscores or dashes between words if needed.
The GrassBlade LRS will use this data to track your content statement. So, make sure it is unique. If you use the (random) default ID, it will work but will be challenging to identify your contents in the LRS statement list.
Note: If you update your xAPI Content in the future, make sure you use the same Identifier when you update your xAPI Content within the content.
Click Customize in the Progress and Completion section to make a change in xAPI Content tracking and quiz marks.
In xAPI Content, “Progress and Completion” settings, you have several settings:
a: Max Score: It is the max score for overall xAPI Content. If you are using quiz, it might be best to set it to the max score obtainable on the quiz. This will be the sum of points on all questions.
b: If you check “Rate number of slides viewed” option, the score will be awarded based on a number of slides viewed.
c: If you check “Rate quizzes and simulations,” score is based on the quiz score. If the max score on the quiz and max score on xAPI Content you set above is different, the scores will be scaled by keeping the percentage as same.
d: If you check both the above options, half of the max score weightage will be given to slides viewed, and half of it will be based on quiz score.
e: Custom passing score: This will set the passing score (out of max score) to pass the xAPI Content. If you are using quiz based scoring, it is best not to override it here.
Save all the above settings and Click Publish.
Export Content with SCORM Reporting
GrassBlade xAPI Companion also supports SCORM 1.2 and all the editions of SCORM 2004. However, we recommend exporting your content as an xAPI package for better reporting and future requirements.
If you still want to export with SCORM reporting settings, just replace settings with these options in the above process.
Recommended Settings for SCORM 1.2
In the LMS Profile option select SCORM 1.2 and click the customize button.
On this screen, click the customize button.
In “Report status to LMS as” select Passed/Failed option and do other settings as per need.
Now save and follow the above process.
Recommended Settings for SCORM 2004
In the LMS Profile option select SCORM 2004 and click the customize button.
On this screen, select the SCORM 2004 Edition and click the customize button to do the needful reporting settings.
Now save and follow the above process.
Export Content without Reporting
If you do not want any reporting, then you can export content as HTML5 package only.
To get an uploadable .zip file, Click Publish in iSpring Suite 9 section.
Now click My Computer and select HTML5 option in publish settings.
After this, you get your .zip file to upload on WordPress website.
To upload your xAPI Content on WordPress, you need to install GrassBlade xAPI Companion.
Use the available upload methods to upload your package on WordPress.
To add Content on any page, post or LMS lesson, follow this doc.