Integrating LearnBrite with Articulate Review 360

This brief guide will take the user through the process of correctly setting up a ChatMapper scenario, uploading it to the Dashboard, and then including it into Articulate Review 360.

If you are not using ChatMapper, you can skip to the LearnBrite Dashboard section

The Review 360 integration is not capable of reporting scores back to the LMS.

Please refer to the Articulate Rise 360 integration guide.

Table of Contents

FAQs

How do I track a user’s score?

I just want to include a LearnBrite space in Review 360, what do I need to do?

I want to disable the automatic score submission

Can I insert my own slides in the project?

Uploading to Review 360

Downloading the project file

Publishing to Review 360

How the .story file works

FAQs

How do I track a user’s score?

Review 360 is usually an intermediate step in the process of publishing a course, and while it is not possible to record scores directly in Review 360, the functionality is still required for the end-product.

If the user’s score depends on a variety of factors, the easiest way to track it is by using ChatMapper (see our guide on tracking a score in ChatMapper).

If the score can be tracked through a simple user interaction, you can trigger the submission through (for example) clicking on an object, see our guide.

I want to include a LearnBrite space in Review 360, what do I need to do?

The .story project file is set up for this. You can follow the steps in “Uploading to Review 360”.

I want to disable the automatic score submission

You can then follow the “Uploading to Review 360” section almost as-is; the only requirement to deactivate this behaviour is setting the “SubmitScoreWhenReceived” Storyline variable to False before publishing.

Can I insert my own slides in the project?

Absolutely, that is why we provide a project file in the first place šŸ™‚ Slides can be inserted both before and after the ones already included in the project. For instance, you could insert an introductory slide before the first, or a “recap” slide between the first and second.

Uploading to Review 360

The following steps require using Storyline 360.

Downloading the project file

After creating the space, it will be visible in the list at https://app.learnbrite.com/dashboard. To save the pre-generated Storyline 360 project file,

  1. Click on the three vertical dots on the right of the space’s title, and then on Export in the menu that appears


  1. A number of export options will be shown to you. Expand the Articulate Storyline section by clicking on it.


  1. Click on the Download project file button in the Rise 360/Storyline 360 section to download the file.

You can now open the project in Storyline 360.

Publishing to Review 360

This project file comes pre-filled with the data needed to communicate between Scenario and Storyline. The only required step is publishing to Review 360.

  1. Click on Publish at the right end of the “Home” tab.

  1. In the popup, make sure Review 360 is selected on the left side, then write a name in the Create a new item field (you can also update one you had already uploaded)
  2. Click Publish

Wait until the upload has finished, and the module will be available on Review 360.

How the .story file works

See relevant section in the Rise 360 guide.

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