If your learner wishes to close a course part way through and then return to your course then they will be able to proceed from where they left.
SCORM for Learning Management System Releases
In a ‘SCORM for Learning Management System’ Release, when your Learner closes a module and then re-opens it they will be presented with the last completed page, or the last completed and last viewed page unless your LMS is configured to disregard this.
Online (Link) releases
Online (Link) releases will refresh bookmarking upon completion of your course or 30 days after accessing the course. If browser cookies are cleared during this period this will reset the bookmarking.
Backup SCORM package releases store bookmarking data although the amount of pages that can be bookmarked is limited due to the restrictions of SCORM.
In a Backup SCORM package Release, Bookmarking is handled using suspend data.
Suspend data is held as a very long code string.
This code string has a limit depending on what release type you choose.
SCORM 1.2 = 4,096 Characters
SCORM 2004 (3rd edition) = 64,000 Characters
The amount of pages and the amount of interactions on those pages all contribute to the amount of Suspend data that is being stored.
Due to these SCORM limitations it may be advisable to release larger courses (40+ pages) via our 'SCORM for Learning Management System release mode).
Please note: As 'SCORM for Learning Management System Release' and 'Backup Release' use a different format for Suspend Data we advise that you do not replace a 'SCORM for Learning Management System Releases with a 'Backup Release' and vice versa. If you do wish to change Release mode we recommend uploading the replacement file as a separate instance on your LMS.
Badges and rewards
Please note that badges are not retained between learner sessions.
After Rapid Releasing the bookmarking of the re-released course will reset, this means that if you’re learner re-visits the module they will see the first page and their score will be reset.