Course statistics can display the total number of users, the number of users who visited course content, and the average time users spent viewing content. You can view overall course content statistics, and specific statistics for individual topics.
If your course is based on SCORM, or uses SCOs as part of the course content, you have access to additional activity reports for each SCORM object and user. The reports track the activity on a topic and individuals’ progress with meeting defined objectives, and in defined interactions with the course content.
You can edit SCORM packages with the same options that are available when you create content topics. Although you can add a grade item to a SCORM object, completing a quiz included in a SCORM package automatically generates a grade item in the grades list, populated with the quiz results.
You can also view general information about completion tracking for all users from the Class Progress page, or the details of a user's completion tracking from the User Progress page, both located in the User Progress tool. See User Progress for more information.