Viewing and Tracking Articulate Presenter Content in an LMS

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When publishing Articulate Presenter content for LMS, you have options to include output for the Articulate Mobile Player (AMP) and HTML5—in addition to the default Flash content. The version that learners see and how it interacts with your LMS depends on three criteria:

  • The browser or device learners use to view content
  • The output options you selected (Articulate Mobile Player, HTML5)
  • The LMS specification you selected (AICC, SCORM, Tin Can API)
 FlashAMPHTML5
Which version will learners see?If they use a browser or device that supports Flash, they'll see the Flash output by default.If they use a mobile device that doesn't support Flash, your content will launch in the Articulate Mobile Player app. (If the app isn't installed, they'll be prompted to install it.)If they use a browser or device that doesn't support Flash and you didn't include Articulate Mobile Player output, they'll see the HTML5 output instead.
Will content be tracked in my LMS?Yes. AICC, SCORM, and Tin Can API content will be tracked.Tin Can API content will be tracked.

AICC/SCORM content won't be tracked. (Some LMSs allow you to view AICC/SCORM content in the Articulate Mobile Player, but it won't be tracked.)
Yes. AICC, SCORM, and Tin Can API content will be tracked.
Can learners switch between Flash, AMP, and HTML5 without losing progress or results?If you published for Tin Can API, learners can switch between all formats.

If you published for AICC or SCORM, learners can switch between Flash and HTML5.
If you published for Tin Can API, learners can switch between all formats.

AICC/SCORM content isn't supported in the Articulate Mobile Player.
If you published for Tin Can API, learners can switch between all formats.

If you published for AICC or SCORM, learners can switch between Flash and HTML5.